Episode 15: How Do You Still Go To Church When You’re Not Sure How To Put Trust In Those People Again?

This episode is for YOU. Not everyone who is listening at once. Just you.  You know that I go to church, and I love my church. But you also know that I’m not shy about speaking out about how the church has had many missteps over the years. So what do you do when you’ve been hurt by the church but you still want to be part of it? I unpack part of my journey when it came to reevaluating church, and I hope it guides you through some thoughts and questions to ask yourself as you consider re-entering the church as well.  This process doesn't need to feel hopeless. . . . . . Purchase your copy of my book, How to Human, HERE: https://bit.ly/HowtoHumanNotes Let’s keep in touch! Sign up for my newsletter to be the first to hear ALL my updates. https://app.e2ma.net/app2/audience/signup/1987227/1965424/ Interested in advertising with us? Reach out here. . . . . . BETTER HELP: This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/HUMANHOPE and get on your way to being your best self. ATHLETIC GREENS: Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/HUMANHOPE AIR DOCTOR: Head to AirDoctorPro.com and use promo code HUMANHOPE and, depending on the model, you’ll receive UP TO 39% off or UP TO $300 off! INDEED: Need to hire? You need Indeed. Visit Indeed.com/HUMANHOPE to start hiring now. NOTES CANDLE: Get 15% off and free shipping on a custom starter kit at notescandle.com/Carlos with code CARLOS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In a world more connected— yet lonelier— than it's ever been, Carlos Whittaker is bringing humans together all over the world. Backed by the power of a massive Instafamilia, his enthusiastic social followers tune in daily and join forces with Carlos to find connection, do good, and be in community. In this podcast Carlos creates a space where people are safe to engage in conversation about the topics that matter most. His motto: Don't stand on issues, walk with people.