Episode 125 Navigating a Faith Journey/Crisis, Fowler’s Stages of Faith, Truth, Beauty, and Goodness

Ep125 Navigating a Faith Journey/Crisis

For many, a faith community, or religious congregation, is a safe place to return regularly to be spiritually fed before heading back to an often chaotic world. But what happens when that previously “safe” community begins to feel like a place where one is no longer welcome? Is the problem with the individual, or with the community, or congregation? If you are a parent to someone who is experiencing a faith crisis, what do you do? Are there certain things that you say that seem to trigger emotional responses that appear to come out of nowhere? If you’re the one experiencing the “faith crisis” how do you communicate with your family or faith community?

 

Tony explores this topic from a variety of angles, from empathy, and Christlike love, to explore what it means to judge righteously, and why identifying as someone more connected to Truth, Beauty, or Goodness matters? And finally, Tony discusses James Fowler’s Stages of Faith, and how understanding where you are, or where a loved one may be, can help bring more peace, and understanding, into a relationship where a belief system is at the core of the disagreements. You can learn more about Tony’s recovery program at http://pathbackrecovery.com

2 thoughts on “Episode 125 Navigating a Faith Journey/Crisis, Fowler’s Stages of Faith, Truth, Beauty, and Goodness”

  1. Sandy Palfreeman

    I love love love this. I have tried to listen over and over so I can take notes, but it seems like I’m trying to write the whole podcast! Is there any way to get a transcript?

    1. You’re too kind! I actually do have an automated transcript that may help, please shoot me an email through the contact page and I’ll send it your way. I’m working on a slight redesign to at least have the automatic (computer-translated) transcripts available, hopefully, that will happen soon! Thank you!

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