Shame and vulnerability researcher Brene Brown’s Daring Way book and program is often talked about in the arena of personal growth. It is even used in classrooms and businesses as a way to open up the dialogue around shame resilience and authenticity. But this powerful program can also be used inside of faith communities.
In the video interview we found for you, Reverend Sarah Ciavarri explores how vulnerability and authenticity can be used by clergy members and congregations to help people find a stronger connection to both their faith and their communities. She shares ways that some churches have used this program to lead healthier lives while building a more connected church body.
By using Daring Way as a guide, we can learn to be better to ourselves and others through sharing stories, discussing how shame impacts people’s lives, and, yes, by being vulnerable, too.
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