by Maggie Olson I was quite young when I first felt it. Sitting in church on Christmas Eve, I was
by Anne Edison-Albright I’ve had a phrase in my mind lately and not very many contexts in which I can
There’s an ancient little prayer – maybe as old as the fourth or fifth century — that some Christians insert
by Emily Carson Growing up, I desperately wanted to be a news anchor or an infomercial host. I regularly convinced
We need a fuller version of Advent than the simple countdown to Christmas that (in the U.S.) begins as soon
The writer of today’s blog talks about what truly longing during Advent means—and it not the same thing as waiting for the arrival of material things.