At the end of the “Lost in Translation” series we challenged the women of Flatrions to step up and live out their Biblical femininity.
We began this series by going back to Genesis, specifically Genesis 2:18 which says, “Then the Lord God said, ‘It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper who is just right for him.’” The original Hebrew word for helper is “êzer” (pronounced ā-zer) – this word comes from another root word meaning to surround, shield, and fight for. The only other time we see this same word used in scripture, is to describe the way God is our “help," our “êzer" in how he surrounds us and shields us and fights for us.
The white ring symbolizes how women were created to surround and shield the people in our circle of influence.