Incarnation is Limitation (Philippians 2)

Incarnation is…
We live in a world of growing dis-incarnation.  We’re plugged in, but disconnected from each other.  We reach for things that help us escape boredom or pain, instead of remaining present and engaged.

The incarnation of Jesus — God in the flesh, coming to us — is our example of how we can live a full, life-giving life.  True, incarnation will require more of us, not less.  And it can be messy.  But our world, and our very selves, are not meant to live disconnected, absent lives.  We are meant for more.  Join us as we explore what the Incarnation is… together.

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