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[1:26] In the stage of life me and my hus­band are in — we have three young chil­dren, jobs, and we are involved in our local church, there are lots of oppor­tu­ni­ties to do good things. When I sit down and look at our fam­i­ly cal­en­dar, I feel over­whelmed and unable to do all that I set out to do! How do I know what to say no” to, and how do I say no” with­out feel­ing guilty?

[16:20] When mov­ing for­ward to under­stand some of the deep rich­es of oth­er Chris­t­ian tra­di­tions that have not been famil­iar to me I some­times find myself look­ing back at my own stream of ori­gin and being pret­ty grumpy. Does any­one else find this hap­pens to them? Any tips on not falling, iron­i­cal­ly, into judge­men­tal­ism about our fam­i­ly of ori­gin’ in our faith?

[26:20] Does Chris­tian­i­ty have a body” prob­lem? What is the body and what is its con­nec­tion to our spir­i­tu­al­i­ty as it relates to formation?

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