Bruce Harlan

Stories to Live By

Stories teach us about life and about ourselves.  When a story engages our imagination, we are more likely to remember its message and meaning.  For me, stories told through a visual medium are most effective.  Presented in this morning’s talk are five movie clips that taught me something about life and character.  

Strategic imagination

When we challenge deep-rooted assumptions and reject the tendency to assess new innovations and opportunities by current systems and standards, we unleash the transformative power of our collective imaginations. Click Here To View Service

Let the Healing Begin

When we engage in honest self-reflection, we are confronted with the pain and regret that resides within ourselves. Too often, our inner light is dimmed by this burden of suffering. When we seek healing, however, we can transcend suffering and unleash the power of possibilities.   Click Here To View Service

Life: A Journey Or A Destination

LISTEN: The musings of a middle-aged man on which is more important.  This short talk will explore lessons learned and insights gained from a life in service to others.    

“The Sound of Hope”

In Scripture, according to the Hebrew and Greek words translated by the word “hope” and according to the biblical usage, hope is an indication of certainty. “Hope” in Scripture means “a strong and confident expectation.”  My talk will include stories of survivors of violence, the work we do at Women’s Services, and the role “hope” … Continued