Monthly Archives: December 2014

Bethlehem in the Midst of Bedlam–an Advent reflection

         For my personal Advent devotions this year I’m reading through a resource called Finding Bethlehem in the Midst of Bedlam.  Seems like an apt description for the season.  Everything’s just a tad more chaotic.  Kids in chapel today were a bit more wiggly.  Friends at lunch were lamenting busy calendars that were keeping them from recreation with their families.  Staff in the office were trying to stay non-anxious as parents came to pick up kids from preschool while construction crews tore up the sidewalks and visitors came for a mid-day organ concert.  Even at Starbucks this afternoon, the line was longer and the baristas frenzied.

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