The devastating legacy of slavery, and the God who breaks all chains. * An Advent reflection on freedom by Andi Cumbo-Floyd … More Freedom * An Advent Reflection
Peace * An Advent reflection by Chara Donahue “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? I will come again and will take you … More Peace * An Advent Reflection
From the manger to the stormy sea.
An Advent reflection on exhaustion by Paul J. Pastor. … More Exhaustion: An Advent Reflection
“He ran that we might run.” * An Advent reflection on perseverance by Alicia Akins … More Perseverance * An Advent Reflection
“I have spent countless nights lying awake.” * An Advent Reflection on darkness by Moriah Conant … More Darkness * An Advent Reflection
Can we bear the passage from familiar to foreign?
An Advent reflection on journey by Bethany Rydmark. … More Journey * An Advent Reflection
“God’s word never ceases the work of aligning our hearts.” * An Advent reflection on memory by Marvia Davidson … More Memory * An Advent Reflection
“I will wait for bated breath for the light that is to come.” * An Advent reflection on light by Cara Meredith … More Light * An Advent Reflection
“New life can never be born without winter’s rest.” * An Advent Reflection on cold by Kristen Kludt … More Cold * An Advent Reflection
“Many of our deepest desires are not so easily attained.” * An Advent reflection on hope by Daryl Ellis … More Hope * An Advent Reflection