128 “Living Centered When the World Breaks” featuring Jason Miller
Featuring Jason Miller
Do you ever feel like the world is breaking? This week Mickenzie and Lindsey sit down with Jason Miller for a vulnerable conversation about suffering and hope. Together they explore Jason’s new book, When the World Breaks, and how facing the internal experience of our pain paradoxically makes way for our greatest healing.
Meet this episode’s expert
Jason Adam Miller is the founder and lead pastor of South Bend City Church, an eclectic Christian community known for its thoughtful teaching, inclusive vision, and commitment to its city context.
An advocate for artists and peacemakers, his work beyond South Bend focuses on cultural headwaters and conflict zones, where he serves an international constituency of leaders. He holds a master’s degree in theology from the University of Notre Dame.
Mentioned in this episode
Life—it can be so overwhelming.
So often we move through it so swiftly and efficiently that we subconsciously begin to muscle through each day without even blinking. We don’t have time to get that workout in let alone tend to our internal landscapes, so we bypass our trauma, sidestep our emotions, and keep it moving. Our daily actions have become completely disconnected from our purpose, our dreams, and our desires. It was all working…until it wasn’t. The cracks begin to appear.
The Living Centered Program is our response to this phenomenon—we want to help you quiet the noise and bring you back to center. Living Centered is an invitation home to your true self.
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