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Whatever Is

“Turn my senses to the gifts in front of me. Help me to see the beauty of a sunset, the warmth of a loved one’s hand, a hand-written note, and a meal shared with family as signs of your presence.”

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This is Advent!

“Moments of joy and song. Moments of tears and sadness. Pride in speaking words on one’s own.”

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Joy-Filled List

“During this third week of Advent, what’s bringing you joy? And where can you share joy with others?”

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You are Here

“You are here
with an overflowing love that knows no bounds
and welcomes all to a place at the table.”

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A Prayer for Election Day

“Whoever we encounter
may we greet them in peace. 
In all that we do and say
may all our actions point to the One who brings hope and healing for the world.” 

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