Belonging and Boundaries
Dr. Finlayson-Fife was interviewed on the Faith Matters podcast to discuss the tension between boundaries and belonging when it comes to returning to in-person church following the pandemic.
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- How integrity allows us to hold the tension between belonging and boundaries
- Differentiation theory
- Wise choices and boundaries around participation in the church
- How to create genuine connection within our ward families by bringing a deeper sense of honesty
- How self-development allows for deeper compassion and wisdom
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