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First, in the twelve-week teaching series, Brain and Bible. We are digging deep into the scripture with insights from 12 Rules for Life, by Dr. Jordan Peterson.

What do lobsters, predators/bullies, brain chemicals, the disappearance of moral knowledge from our schools, and David vs. Goliath have to do with a healthy life? And posture?

Rule #1 Stand Up Straight With Your Shoulders Back

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First, in the twelve-week teaching series, Brain and Bible. We are digging deep into the scripture with insights from 12 Rules for Lifeby Dr. Jordan Peterson.

What do lobsters, predators/bullies, brain chemicals, the disappearance of moral knowledge from our schools, and David vs. Goliath have to do with a healthy life? And posture?

Rule #1 Stand Up Straight With Your Shoulders Back

“If you love me you will do what I want you to do. You will do what makes me happy”.
Try raising your children this way…
Yet, this is the meaning of love for the vast majority of people today.
God has another way of looking at love…
“I will love you, and I will serve you by doing what is good for you, what is good according to the teachings of Jesus, whether you want it or not.”

In a public discourse marked by lying and toxic shaming, it is refreshing to know God gives us the responsibility to bring sacred words into our relationships. We consider two key ways God uses us in this capacity:
1. God gives us sacred words to help others become more of whom God created them to be.
2. God gives us sacred words to give courage (“en-courage”) others.

When God is behind words, they bring healing and not hurt.

Seeking the truth at all possible cost, with courage and consideration is the mark of what we are about as God’s people…This means saying, “No!” quite a few times…
We oppose any thinking not based on reason and reality. In the ideologies being forced upon us, we are saying, “No!” quite a bit lately…