Advent online

Nov 29, 2019

One of the highlights of the Food For Faith year is the popular Lent and Advent reflections giving people the opportunity to sign up for daily email encouragement.

Food For Faith is now offering online reflections for ADVENT 2019.

Those who subscribe will receive a brief daily email encouragement in the form of video clip, podcast or written reflection.

A friend commented that what we are offering is a bit like an online Advent calendar, a daily focus through the busy pre-Christmas weeks.

The heart of our mission is to give an opportunity to use these Advent days as an opportunity to grow in personal relationship with Jesus Christ, the relationship that gives meaning to life and lifts us beyond every stress.

If you are not familiar with Food For Faith, you might first take a few moments to sample the website style and content at www.foodforfaith.org.nz.

If you like what you find there, then take a moment to sign up by following the link on the homepage, and please also encourage others to join us by forwarding the link to them by email or social media.

I look forward to sharing this Advent journey with you.

In Christ
John

5 Comments

  1. Thank you for the opportunity to join in the Advent reflections. Looking forward to my daily email.

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  2. Advent is the opportunity to overcome the obnoxious “Shop till you drop” and “Black Friday sale” consumerist brainwashing. Thank you John for making these Advent Reflections available.

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  3. I look forward to these daily reflections again. Thank you Fr John

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  4. My mini-retreat to recharge the spiritual batteries. Thank you, John

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  5. Thank you Fr John for doing what you’re doing. God bless

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