Daring Greatly, a book by researcher and storyteller Dr. Brené Brown, challenges everything we think we know about vulnerability. Based on 12 years of research, the author argues that vulnerability is not a weakness, but rather our clearest path to courage, engagement and meaningful connection. Diversity within a community can bring an enriching experience that supports and affirms the gifts of all women. If your community has not welcomed new voices to the table, consider taking a risk. How are you using your gift of courage each day? Do women feel welcomed and comfortable in your community?
This message is adapted from a Women of the ELCA blog written by Eva Yeo. Today on this second Sunday of Epiphany, we remember Henry, Bishop of Uppsala, martyr, who died in 1156.
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