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Advent of the unexpected


Tiffany, a 20-year-old homeless woman, left, and her boyfriend rest early Thursday morning in their tent in the Dishman Hills Natural Area. Police found several similar camps in the hills this month.
 (Brian Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)
Tiffany, a 20-year-old homeless woman, left, and her boyfriend rest early Thursday morning in their tent in the Dishman Hills Natural Area. Police found several similar camps in the hills this month. (Brian Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)

As Becky wrote earlier this week, Advent is the season of hope, longing, surprise. And answering “yes!”

 That sneaky God speaks to us through prophets, unsuspecting.  Enjoy a favorite read of mine this season…And keep your heart open to the prophets in your midst.

(S-R archives photo: homeless woman camps)




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