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In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, the story of Advent often gets oversimplified, as we find ourselves impatiently rushing toward the familiar manger scene. It’s a reflection of our eagerness to expedite spiritual growth, wishing for overnight transformations in our lives. However, the reality is that life is intricate and multifaceted.

Advent, at its core, calls us to embrace a different approach—an approach of active waiting. It beckons us to mirror the anticipation of biblical figures like Simeon, Anna, and the Magi, who eagerly awaited the Messiah in the midst of life’s inevitable messiness. This Advent season, we extend a warm invitation for you to embark on a journey of intentional reflection, a worshipful pause amid the chaos.

Join us in immersing yourself in the pages of “Good News of Great Joy” by John Piper. This resource is more than just a reading; it’s an opportunity for profound contemplation during this Advent season. As you engage with the material, you’ll discover a thoughtful avenue for discipleship within the sacred space of your home.

In the midst of the seasonal rush, let’s collectively choose to slow down. This Advent, let’s deliberately consider the profound significance of the long-awaited Savior and delve into God’s intricate plan of salvation for His people. Together, let’s make this Advent season a time of worshipful reflection and a celebration of the joyous anticipation that defines this sacred time.

Put this Discipline to Practice

Good News of Great Joy

This resource will help to provide deeper reflection during this Advent season and will enable you to be thoughtful in the discipleship within your home.

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Family Advent Resources

Hey Parents!

As you seek to point your families to Jesus this Christmas season, we want to help you continue the fun and conversations at home! Here are some of our favorite resources for kids and families to use throughout the Christmas season.

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