This blog is a space for women involved in the emerging church conversation to use their voice. This is a space to voice your thoughts, express your opinions, and practice your theology. This is a safe community where we can complain, deconstruct, brainstorm, network, dream, and encourage. Let your voice be heard.
I hope people don't mind me posting here again so soon, but I came across something that really moved me, and that taught me a huge amount in the space of a couple of minutes. I included it on my blog already, but I've extended the post a little for Emerging Women.
This video is obviously a church ad, but the poem is incredible. "To be known is to be loved, and to be loved is to be known". Isn't that all we really want? Isn't it what moves and drives all of humanity? The need for love is built in to everybody, and it follows us from the time we're born until the time we pass away.
The video is based on the feelings the that Samaritan woman who Jesus met at the well may have had. It has made me want to look a lot closer at the Samaritan woman to find out what more I can glean from her and her encounter with Jesus. I've never looked at it in this way before, and I probably never will again.