‘Tis The Season

‘Tis supposedly the most wonderful time of the year. The beautiful music, cheery decorations, and glittery lights certainly make it seem so. But it’s also the most stressful time of year for many of us. The decorating and cooking and gift shopping alone can be overwhelming. Family gatherings often come with their own set of challenges and for some people, it’s a time of loneliness and depression.

Both ends of the spectrum can distract us from the whole reason we celebrate the Christmas season to begin with. On Sunday, November 26th, we started an online Advent study to encourage each other and keep us focused on the spectacular gift we were given in Emmanuel. It’s not too late to join us if you haven’t already!

Here’s how.

Read The Book

We’re using the book, “Waiting on Tiptoes” by our very own Diane Karchner. You don’t have to read the book to join in the discussion, but it’s highly recommended.

Order the book HERE.

Join The Facebook Group

We’ve been having a great conversation in our group. Just in the few days we’ve been doing this study we’ve learned we all have similar struggles and have been encouraged by each other.

Join the group HERE.

Follow us on Instagram

Follow us HERE.

Daily Email Reminders

You can receive the reflection questions and a reminder to join in the conversation every day in your mailbox.

Sign up HERE.

So again, if you haven’t already joined in the conversation, please do so. Let’s celebrate the glory of the season together.

Grace & Such strives to advance Christian growth among women. While we believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God, we also recognize human interpretations are imperfect. Grace & Such encourages our readers to open their Bibles, pray for wisdom and study for themselves what the Word says. For more about who we are, please visit the About Us page.
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  1. Gretchen Hanna on December 1, 2017 at 12:07 PM

    Here. Here. Here. 🙂 Love it and am all in.

    • Jen on December 1, 2017 at 12:34 PM


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