Lessons in Belonging – Erin Lane
FEBRUARY 8, 2016
“The thing I am most desperate to keep you from finding out about me is… I want to belong, but I don’t know how.” In that confession, Erin Lane gives voice to the longing of every human heart. We all know that it can be brutally hard to find a sense of belonging, especially at church, but what do we do with this deep desire that is so often denied?
Join Erin S. Lane on Steve Brown, Etc. for a discussion of her book, Lessons in Belonging from a Church-Going Commitment Phobe. Whether you’re a millennial who expresses her relationship to church with the word “none,” or a pastor wondering where everyone went, don’t miss this one.
Erin Lane works for the Seattle-based nonprofit Center for Courage & Renewal as an assistant program director for clergy and congregational leader programs. She has a master of theological studies degree from Duke and is coeditor of Talking Taboo. Connect with Erin at ErinSLane.com.