Facing Ambivalence

We live in a time which seems to necessitate ferocity and steadfastness in our beliefs and actions, often at the expense of our authenticity. Rather than oversimplifying the intricate, let’s explore the idea that facing and owning our ambivalence is akin to facing our fears and leads to cultivating a greater self-awareness which can strengthen our fortitude and relationships with others.

 

Guest Worship Leader: Maggie Capewell
Worship Associate: Andy Maskell
Music: Vocal Ensemble; Victoria Chow, piano; Marjorie Herman