The Allender Center Podcast

 

How do I trust my memory? What if the way I remember an event is not what really happened? It’s a legitimate question, even a kind and righteous question, says Dan, rooted in a desire to know and tell the truth.

Direct download: TAC031-How-do-I-trust-my-memory.mp3
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On this week’s podcast, Dan begins a new series about the beauty and power of living, telling, and hearing meaningful stories.

Direct download: TAC030-No-ones-story-is-normal.mp3
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This week, Dan continues his disussion on endings by examining something most of us are all too familiar with: endings that have gone terribly wrong.

Direct download: TAC029-When-endings-dont-go-well.mp3
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Dan concludes this series on endings by inviting us beyond procrastination and sabotage in an effort to learn to end well. This is a process of acknowledging the sacrifices we have made and the work we have accomplished, as well as the grace and gifts that have allowed us to reach this point.

Direct download: TAC028-Ending-Well.mp3
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On this week’s podcast, Dan continues a series on endings by discussing the role of sabotage—the moment when celebration gives way to indulgence and we sabotage our ability to enjoy our endings, potentially undoing everything we have just accomplished.

Direct download: TAC027-Endings--Sabotage.mp3
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