Welcome to the first of a 3-part series on the unique and yet also universal wounds that we experience as women.
We talk about where these wounds come from, going all the way back to the very first woman, Eve. We talk about our ability, as women, to be mothers, and the nuances of what that means theologically and also practically. We look at how and why our fertility and mentalities around fertility are the primary place that women experience attack. This ultimately means that our relationships suffer from these wounds: with God the Father, with members of the opposite sex, and also with fellow women. And although these wounds are universal, we see that these wounds show up differently for every woman.
The only remedy is to give our wounds back to the Lord, at the foot of the cross and to ask the Lord for healing!
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Tune in to our next two episodes on the unique wounds that women experience around Dreams and Babies.
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