K. Evans spent a good portion of her life denying that she was weak.
Like many Christians, she was concerned with living a moral life,
sticking to religious absolutes, holding leadership positions, and
working on service projects. And then the truth of her inner
brokenness smacked her in the face, first through her work as a
missionary, and afterward through motherhood.
Weakness: The Unlikely Secret to Changing the World is a story of
vulnerability, of how one woman learned that before she could respond
to the weakness of others she must first accept her own weakness as a
gift, revealed in the Incarnation and Passion of Christ.
shares how God led her to understand:
we go wrong in our understanding of admitting weakness
we effectively numb ourselves to avoid the hard work of conversion
the Incarnation and Passion are really inviting us to do
belonging means for us, and how weakness brings us together
embracing weakness can transform our homes - and the world
you're ready for a vibrant spiritual life overflowing with mercy -
experienced and extended – read Embracing Weakness.