Advent

Do Not Be Afraid, Joseph

The path you thought you were walking, Joseph, is not the one that now lies before you.

Annunciation in the KitchenAnnunciation in the Kitchen

Annunciation in the Kitchen

A sermon for Advent 3 on Luke 1:26-38

Out of the Stump of JesseOut of the Stump of Jesse

Out of the Stump of Jesse

A sermon for Advent 2 on Isaiah 11:1-10

Where Advent BeginsWhere Advent Begins

Where Advent Begins

You must walk now in the light of the Lord; especially now.

The Reign of ChristThe Reign of Christ

The Reign of Christ

A sermon for November 20. 2016

An Invasion of HolinessAn Invasion of Holiness

An Invasion of Holiness

Colleen shares thoughts on Advent.

Against the data

It is our imaginative, bold, even irrational hope.

Advent and the Incarnation

No longer is there a chasm between God’s nature and ours.

Advent good newsAdvent good news

Advent good news

Live each day, each moment, in ready anticipation and expectation…even in vigilance.

The Irrational Season

A sermon for the fourth Sunday in Advent

SimeonSimeon

Simeon

Advent poetry from Kyla Neufeld.

We are waiting

An Advent that isn’t wailing with the mothers of the dead in Newtown, Connecticut is no Advent at all.

Lazarus Before DeathLazarus Before Death

Lazarus Before Death

An Advent poem by Adam Kroeker.

Adventus… comingAdventus… coming

Adventus… coming

In a very personal reflection, Colleen Peters invites us into a deeper engagement with the season

Advent II

We believe that the birth in Bethlehem changed everything, and yet we must also confess that there is much that seems as of yet unchanged.