Belonging | Bethany Barendregt | Ep. 138

Dec 4, 2020

For the world, belonging is turned upside down from the way God designed it. The belonging movement, led by voices like Brene Brown and Glennon Doyle Melton, tells us true belonging is found in unconditional self-acceptance.  In many ways, this movement isn’t much different than Satan’s offer in the garden – “Did God really say?” Culture offers us something it doesn’t have authority to give – and that’s what we explore in this episode. 

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