In the liturgical season of Advent, this fourth Sunday is about love. Amidst our blue Christmas, chocked full of grief and loss, we hold fast to what love has wrought us. Love has given us not only the people we miss but also those quarantined alongside us.
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Listen to the December 7 discussion with Dora Rodriguez, an advocate and activist for migrant rights; Nellie Jo David, a member of the Hia-Ced O’odham tribe; and Dan Millis, program manager for Sierra Club Borderlands.
The camp was sold to two different buyers in one joint transaction. Douglas County, where the camp is located, will develop a section into a public park that will incorporate the beach and Point area. A developer with long-standing family ties to Lake Ida purchased the remaining acres for residential lakeside lots.
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Advent is upon us again, that season marked by heavy anticipation and the kind of hopefulness that has us holding our breath, watching for the newness of God to be born among us again … But this year seems so different.
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The Damascus Project's fall courses—Leadership Skills, Faith Foundations, and Being a Faith Change Agent—drew people from a range of professions, church settings, and even locations around the country. Here are a few of their stories.