Rev. Cassandra Howe – February 28, 2016
Growing up in a “save the world/do -gooder” household, I always had a hard time saying no. Later in life this has meant a struggle to make decisions and a habit of over committing and getting burned out. In a congregational setting where we depend on people saying “yes” in order to get things done, how do we also value setting boundaries and saying “no?” And how does a practice of saying “no” help us as a whole act with clarity and courage towards our ultimate dreams and vision?
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