Advent Devotions: Working Well in a Season of Waiting

Author:
Meryl Herr
Date:
November 18, 2021
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Advent season is upon us and with everything that happens in December, it can be difficult to take the time and think about what this means for Christians. Download your free Advent Devotion booklet and reflect on how Advent impacts the way we work.

"The word 'Advent' comes from the Latin adventus which means 'coming.' The irony is that, while we celebrate and anticipate the coming of Christ into the world, we simultaneously look forward to our retreat from it..."

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