This will probably be my last post on the Human Event conference... until the next one! I know, I know, I sound confused and confusing. The truth is there's still so much to 'unpack' that I'm not inclined to just ramble on and on because I feel obligated to share something I've learned. Frankly, many of the pieces are still falling into place, and like the proverbial puzzle, the picture becomes clearer by the day. So am I going to continue to share stuff from the conference? That's the point isn't it? I don't really know until the next time something hits me and I feel impressed to share it. So just enjoy today's post and hope for the best. :)
- To be fully human is to be part of a missional community that reflects God's character to, through, and for creation.
- To be fully human is to embrace a radical interconnectedness to each other, the natural world, and the future, while using our extraordinary powers to shape them to intention, foresight, and love.
- To be fully human requires refining and revealing the image of God to His creation.
- We can't be fully human by ourselves, as, to be fully human requires interaction with others.
How would you define what it means to be fully human?