Be That is a TV series that presents common life issues and shares the real stories of individuals who have journeyed through bondage to freedom.
Be That also offers the relevant resources to encourage people to gather together and connect through intentional and empowering conversations.
We believe these conversations allow us to recognize the areas of our lives where we are not free and collectively inspire each other to ‘be that’ person we were designed to be.
Access the topic resources and corresponding questions to start your own journey to understanding and healing at www.bethat.co/.
We live in a world that is increasingly accessible, & interconnected via the internet & social media. We all have this inherent desire to belong & be understood. But we also have insecurities & past experiences that cloud our perception.
Today’s conversation explores “Conquering the Bogus Story”. Discover that we all have our own version of a Bogus Story, to identify the ways it can impact our lives and explore how we can challenge it!
The bond between a parent and child draws powerfully from the very core of who we are as individuals – sometimes stretching us to the limits – but it is a heart to heart relationship unlike any other.
Being brave & courageous: what does this really means? We might chase success or strive to meet the expectations of others, but it can leave us feeling dissatisfied and unfulfilled. So, what if you asked yourself, ‘What really matters?’
Mental health is an issue that affects everyone. We meet two amazing Aussie men who’ve had very different experiences with mental health, but share similar journeys, having found the courage to reach out and talk about their emotions.
What does it mean to be ‘The Provider’ in the context of family? Be That thinks it’s worth reconsidering. Beneath the surface of it all, does it requires a lot more vulnerability and availability than we’ve been accustomed to?
The transition from childhood to adulthood is inevitable, but have we lost the art of growing up? Do young people lack the guidance they need to navigate this change? The team discuss tools needed to embrace this shift of responsibility.