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Resources for Advent

Please add good quality Advent resources, and especially links to online resources in the comments section.

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Advent badges to put on your blog or website

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If you are on Facebook, you can send these badges to your friends there using church stuff

Please add good quality Advent resources, and especially links to online resources in the comments section.

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6 Responses to Resources for Advent

  1. Hi Bosco,

    If I may add two resources here, I’d be grateful.

    1) My Lectionary Worship Resources blog already has resources posted for Advent 1-3 with Advent 4 going up this week.

    2) I have also released a premium Advent resource called “There’s a New World Coming” which includes commentaries, liturgies, hymn suggestions, small group guides, daily devotionals and graphics for Advent Sunday to Christmas Day. For those who may be interested in checking it out, it can be found here.

  2. An #OccupyAdvent twibbon is available over at http://www.twibbon.com. #OccupyAdvent was conceived and launched by Lutheran pastor, David Hansen on 10/25 during our weekly church social media (#chsocm) chat on Twitter.

    Over on Facebook, Paul Steinbrueck has set up a page for people to share Advent ideas and resources. Great stuff.

    Advent is MY most wonderful time of the year.

    • Thanks, Meredith. Would you happen to have the URL for the Facebook page you mention? [For other countries: 10/25 is an American way of indicating 25th of October 😉 ] Good to hear more about #chsocm, and I encourage people on twitter to look into that also. Blessings

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