The Fourth Day of Advent: The Arrival

The phrase The Arrival has an almost cinematic sound to it. It is a striking phrase; a phrase with weight. Advent means The Arrival,...

The Ninth Day of Advent: The Most Important Thing

In today’s reading, a man is lowered to Jesus by his friends through roof. This man is paralyzed and his friends believe Jesus can...

The Eighth Day of Advent: The Stuff Epics Are Made Of

Today’s readings are full of dramatic reversals. Captives are set free, those who sow in tears reap rejoicing, valleys are filled, mountains made low,...

Our exile is coming to an end!

The Prophet Isaiah issues us a jubilant invitation to rejoice, because our exile is coming to an end. For the ancient Israelites, exile was...

The Beauty of the God Who Dwells Within

An Advent Reflection by Steve Bollman from Paradisus Dei for December 4, 2017.

Full of Grace

An Advent Reflection by Chris Mueller from the Chris Mueller Project for December 8, 2017.

He Comes to Save as Only a Savior Can

An Advent Reflection by Andrea Thomas from The Vigil Project for December 9, 2017.

Is It Okay to Ask God Questions?

An Advent Reflection by Pete Burak from Renewal Ministries young adult outreach i.d.9:16 for December 20, 2017.

Are We Living in the Presence of Jesus Everyday?

An Advent Reflection by Deanne Miller from Soul Core for December 22, 2017.

Christmas: The Beautiful And The Disappointing

An Octave of Christmas Reflection by Amy Swenson for December 27, 2017.