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Here are blog posts in the last week that have left us without words:

“The God of Joy and Grief”
by: Settle Monroe

But I wonder if that razor’s edge between grief and joy is the holy ground where we most smell the new milk on the Infant’s lips while touching the bright red spilling out from the side of the Christ. Read more>>

“Advent Devotionals. Week 03. Joy.”
by: Ann Voskamp

Just a simple, homemade video, taped this week by Hope, because God just keeps pressing it hard on our hearts to make a space for folks who may not have a community to celebrate the wonder and beauty of Advent with? Just a humble place here to draw closer to Jesus? So, thanks for coming anyways? Welcome to a simple space just to slow and reflect… Watch>>

“Hope, an Anchor”
by: Julie Cannon

This idea of hope, if we let it sink in, is a powerful one. No matter our circumstance, no matter what we deem ourselves worthy of, no matter what we can or cannot do in our own strength, no matter what dreams have been unfulfilled, and no matter what stands in our way, we still have hope if we are in Christ. Read more>>

“Song to my Sisters
by: Austin Channing Brown

Isn’t that the beauty of what women can do for one another? In the midst of confusion and heartache, uncertainty and pain, women sing songs of affirmation, of presence, of joy, of hope and suddenly the way we see ourselves and our God changes. Suddenly we are favored. We can make it. God’s promises can be true. I wonder how often Mary repeated the words of Elizabeth during her journey to Bethlehem and in the midst of her labor. The words of women carry us so far. Read more>>