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Date: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 - 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The Red Bench: Interfaith Conversations that Matter
This month's topic is: "enoughness"
The Red Bench - March 27 -
Dear Chantel,


Add Your Voice to a "Conversation that Matters!"

Tuesday, April 24th


Enoughness: How much do you really need? Have you

ever struggled with knowing when enough is enough? Do you

feel pressured to buy and do more than you would really like?

Have you experienced the deep satisfaction of enough - the simple  

pleasure of knowing you have what you need to be content?


All we need is ... enough.


We live in times when our values seem overwhelmed by materialism and the distractions of hyper consumption. How do we keep ourselves and our families centered in the face of the flood of messages that strive to remind us that we can never have enough? Or, that we are nothing if we do not have more than our neighbors?


At iACT, we believe in the power of deep listening and genuine sharing. Can we ever have enough of those two simple yet profound practices?


Please join us on Tuesday April the 24thth, for our next Red Bench conversation where we will explore "enoughness" in intimate small group discussions. We look forward to the sharing and the radical act of bearing "compassionate witness" to one another. See you then!


A light meal is served from 6:00 to 6:30 PM, the dialogue begins at 6:30 and concludes at 8:00.
More info at :



Date: Tuesday, April 24th     

Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Location: First Methodist Church Family Life Center, 1300 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX 78701
Details: Free, everyone is welcome. Light Vegetarian Meal provided. The parking garage is no longer available for use, please park in the church's lot on the southeast corner or along the street.   


If you have not already done so for this month, please RSVP on our website if you're attending.  


In Peace,


Tom Spencer

Tom Spencer
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