Because We Are One

Incarnation, Union and Life as the Beloved
In spite of more ways to “connect” than ever before, many people, including Christians, feel isolated and alone. While we believers know that the second person of the Trinity became man, and while we have read the biblical phrase “in Christ,” we don’t always consider how the incarnation and our union with Christ are meant to affect our daily lives. In this workshop for women, Elyse shares the fruit of her experience in ministering to women through the wisdom of the Word, showing how some of the fundamental doctrines of the faith can speak into our contemporary sense of isolation and disconnectedness.