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The Gift of Unanswered Questions

Advent Lament: Peace that Passes Understanding

They gazed upon the vast sky – each star tempting them with a glimpse of heaven – daring them to see past their doubt and into eternity. In the cool crisp air, they waited – waited in the stillness of the midnight sky – waited with a sense of wonder. God’s glory touched man – […]

He holds all things together

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Hay and Straw

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Advent Lament: Grieving at Christmas

Although I have been thinking about writing this post for some time, it has been hard to form the words that would adequately express my thoughts and feelings. My mom passed away on November 8th. It is difficult to describe what the journey of the last two and half years has been since she began […]

Advent Lament: You Don’t Have to Pretend This Advent

by Bo Sanders In light of global current events, we are launching a series at The Seminary Blog titled Advent Lament for this Christmas season. What is the place of lament in “the most wonderful time of the year”? We are holding these in tension: Joy and sorrow. Hope and despair. Arrival and displacement. Welcome to our Advent […]