Life is an art, and the work of an artist is an incarnation...pondering this thought has me imaging a bigger picture and possibility.
Embodiment helped me to relate to the concept; folks who have embodied one or more of our Principles flesh out the concept.
My upbringing in traditional Christian theology held me hostage. I saw Jesus as THE Incarnation, God in-the-flesh in the world. Together with male-only ministers, and I was spiritually insignificant.
Three of our Lay Ministers delivery homilies on this spiritual competency.
This month's theme: Incarnation
Speakers: Brigid Fox, Peg Hall & Peter Mockridge
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