In the center of my Advent wreath is a tall white pillar. It’s the Christ Candle, and it makes my wreath glow with a friendly light. It makes me think
It’s easy to lose the Fourth Week of Advent, but we have to remember that we’re still in the season of Advent. Today we light the Love Candle.
Here’s a bit of history about the origins of three common Christmas symbols.
This week, we light the third candle on our Advent wreath, the one that’s often pink. Why is it called the Joy Candle?
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We light the second candle on our Advent wreath, the Peace Candle. How can we focus on the peace that is going to enter the world at Christmas? What changes can we make today to help bring it about?
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The first week of Advent, we light the Hope Candle. It is a reminder to us of how close (and how far away) Christmas is and of the hope that never fails.
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It’s all too easy to get caught up in everything that needs done. Sarah Reinhard reflects on how we can prepare for Advent and enter it ready for the season it is.