Advent Should be an Advent-ure!

November 29 – December 24, 2020

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Trek to the Manger

Advent Devotions for Women on the Move

I am ready to take a different path toward Christmas this year. One that honors tradition without bowing the knee to retail-bullying. One that embraces fun and gift-giving without breaking the bank. One that engages more of me than just my schedule and my credit card. Will you travel with me?

Join Up! Consider Trekking with me and a few other women on Facebook. Click here to request entry to this private Facebook group.

Gear Up! Get your copy of Trek to the Manger on and start reading with us on Nov. 29th! Read the first 4 chapters on 11/29; after that, we’ll read one chapter per day starting Nov. 30th (11/30 = ch. 5, 12/1 = ch. 6…).

Team Up! Traveling is much more fun with a friend, so team up with your favorite girls for an advent season like no other! Download your FREE copy of the small group discussion questions, which can be used with your circle of friends (for in-person discussion or even a cyber-circle of distant sisters).

Look Up! Smart girls (like Wise Men) know a star worth following when they see it. Fix your eyes on the star and get ready for the Light of the World to arrive!

Whatever you do, mark this Advent season with love.

17 replies
  1. Beth
    Beth says:

    Following the light and what makes us shiny seems like a no brainer! Being in a holding pattern…wow – this is all speaking to me at this season in my life right now. Can’t wait to keep reading!

      • Beth
        Beth says:

        The scenario of us being asked our citizenship and answering the Kingdom of Heaven so reminds me of Clarence, the angel, in “It’s a Wonderful Life.” He wasn’t readily accepted.

      • Pink Shoes Ministries
        Pink Shoes Ministries says:

        How cool that you thought of Clarence (timely)! And you’re right, Beth – we often fail to accept the (presumably) far-out claims and stories of those around us. Maybe we are too quick to dismiss what (or, who) we don’t understand?

  2. Tina Harpst
    Tina Harpst says:

    After reading Chapter 10, I thought about an incident I had the other day. I had my Granddaughter with me and we pulled in the driveway of my house. She got out first and hurried to the door. She was carrying a gallon of milk I had just bought with my last $5 till payday. She dropped it and it exploded. Now normally I would have gotten upset, but this calmness came over me and I burst out laughing. Instead of it being an angry moment, the two of us shared a wonderful, memorable moment. We look back at it and giggle.
    I am enjoying my trek. Thanks Brita, it is a wonderful Devotion Book.
    Tina Harpst


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