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Guilt, Shame & Storytelling

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In partnership with Faith+Lead/Luther Seminary, this workshop forges deeper connections with God and each other through storytelling.

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What is Guilt, Shame, and Storytelling?

We designed this course with the idea that it will help congregation members and leaders develop deeper connections with God, each other, and their neighbors.

What You’ll Gain

* A deeper understanding of the importance of guilt and the destructive nature of shame

* The ability to recognize and identify shame-based behavior

* How to craft at least one true, first-person story—connecting it to a relevant audience

* Listening skills that use the “two stars and a wish” critique model

What You'll Get From Faithful Innovation Learning Communities

As a learner in Guilt, Shame and Storytelling, you can expect to take away lots of new knowledge. You can also expect to:

* Access exclusive content, designed specifically for this learning community.

* Meet new people who are also interested in learning about faithful innovation in a congregational context.


Tuesday, September 21 - Exploring the Efficacy of Guilt and the Destructiveness of Shame

Thursday, September 23 - How To Tell Shameful Stories to Audiences Hungry For Uncomfortable Truths


$75 for the two-day workshop

(This workshop is in partnership with Faith+Lead/Luther Seminary. To register for this event, visit

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Organizer Alexus Rhone/Truth, Meet Story, LLC

Organizer of Guilt, Shame & Storytelling

Alexus Rhone began her career as an insurance and financial services professional. With a Bachelor of Journalism/Public Relations degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts-Theology from Fuller Graduate School, she has over 20 years experience working in the private/corporate sector customizing workshops and branded events and coaching creative and true, first-person storytellers for live events. Past clients include GANNETT/USA Today Network, Leona Group, Lutheran Hostel, City of Phoenix, and City of Dallas/Office of Arts and Culture. She works with a team of associate producers to coach, curate and harness the power of stories. 

Everyone has a story. However, everyone is not brave enough to step to the mic to tell that story. We can help. 

"Truth, Meet Story" - expanding empathy one story at a time - 

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