Brene Brown – “The power of Vulnerability”

Brené Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share.

Jeff & Cheryl Scruggs

Jeff and Cheryl Scruggs are authors, speakers, and Biblical counselors, not LPC's. Their writings include the widely used book I Do Again, which chronicles their thirty-year story of marriage, betrayal, infidelity, divorce, emotional damage and scarring, forgiveness, reconciliation, trust, and remarriage to each other. Jeff and Cheryl are the founders of Hope Matters Marriage Ministries in Dallas. They speak at conferences and weekend worship services in churches across the nation, sharing their love story of hope, redemption, restoration, and God taking hold of their lives. See their website:

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  1. Mary Kate Bush

    Thank you for passing on “The Power of Vulnerability”. What a powerful message. I just finished listening to it and plan to go back and listen again. It is not a “Christian” message per se, yet it is a “Christian” message. I have struggled with shame almost all of my Christian life. It has been just within the past few years, actually since my husband and I separated that the Lord has brought me to a place of healing, a place of understanding and believing that I am worthy of love because Jesus said so. I am still struggling with self-protection, ie vulnerability. Brene shared something I needed to hear in such an enjoyable way. God bless & thank you again!

    1. Jeff & Cheryl Scruggs

      Mary Kate….thank you for sharing, being honest and vulnerable. Brene is a Christian! So glad you listened!

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