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December 04, 2006

Advent Resources

Here at TulipGirl:
Advent The First Sunday
Advent The Second Sunday
Advent The Third Sunday
Advent The Fourth Sunday


Examples of Advent Wreaths:
Midnight Cafe
The Badger Mum
TulipGirl 2004
This Classical Life (see the banner--looking for the wreath pic in the archives!)

Online Advent Calendars / Studies:
GCF Advent Study 2006
Teaching Mom's Advent Calendar
Advent for the Family
Advent Devotionals

Advent Articles / Books:
Season of Advent: Anticipation and Hope
First Sunday in Advent, Joel Garver
Christ in Christmas

Other Resources:
Advent Coloring Pages
Advent For Evangelicals Blog

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Some great links there, I will check them all out when the children are sleeping!

Posted by: Sheena at December 5, 2006 03:36 AM

You encouraged me with my first advent wreath, and now we are on year 3. I love this tradition. This year it really FEELS like a tradition. Everyone knew what to expect and did their part with relish. Yay!

Posted by: Kathy at December 5, 2006 11:27 PM

Thanks so much for the links. We'll start late but its better than never. Perhaps an epiphany ending.

Posted by: a moore at December 6, 2006 01:00 PM

I wonder if you might be interested in my Bible Reading Notes, covering the whole of Scripture www.christinallthescriptures.blogspot.com www.theologyofgcberkouwer.blogspot.com http://chascameron.spaces.live.com
Best Wishes.

Posted by: Charles Cameron at December 7, 2006 05:00 PM

Came to yours by searching for Advent. Thanks for all the nice links!
Your welcome over to see how we celebrate in Norway:-)

Posted by: RennyBA at December 7, 2006 05:22 PM

Thanks for sharing the links, Renny and Charles.

We've observed advent less or more through the years. This year I feel more "on" more able to do some of the special things that I connect with the holidays, more preparation of our hearts and home.

I remember making an advent wreath when I was in first or second grade. Our family had recently started walking with the Lord, and there was an advent wreath workshop at the base chapel that we attended. I don't remember anything else about advent that year, but making the wreath is a strong memory.

Posted by: TulipGirl at December 10, 2006 03:04 PM


 
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