Lingering Letters {advent: week one}

Lingering Letters {advent: week one}

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lingeringlettersadvent1 There are so many beautiful things being written about Advent. I'm savoring them, slowly, enjoying the words, appreciating the invitation to wail in community, loving the eyes that I'm allowed to look through, just for a while.

I'll be sharing Advent pieces throughout the season. If you have any that particularly speak to you, please send them my way.

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The Women of Advent: Tamar by Gail Wallace on The Junia Project blog

This piece is part of a series which will continue through the season.

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Advent, à venir by Hännah Ettinger on Wine & Marble

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Lo, How a Rose by Lanier Ivester on The Rabbit Room

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Little Did She Know...

At long last, my new blog address and website winged into the web this week. If you're reading this through a reader, or in the email, click through and take a look!

I wrote a sort of explosive post called I'm the Bomb (I'm sorry, I couldn't help it), a post about how Advent is connected to adventure, and one about Martha and Advent.

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I'm spending Advent with the hauntingly beautiful words of Enuma Okoro in her book: Silence and Other Surprising Invitations of Advent. It's unlike any Advent book I've read, unlike any "daily devotional" I've read. It is making me cry, making me nod along, making me think and pray differently.

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I'm so glad that you're all along on this journey with me, friends. Be sure to let me know what you're finding resonance with, this season and beyond.

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