During the Advent season, the San Francisco Theological Seminary is offering a series of devotions written by students, alumni, faculty, staff, and trustees. The Advent series is entitled "Hope for All the Earth," based on the Advent hymn "Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus." The hymn's composer Charles Wesley was inspired by Haggai 2:7 and Isaiah 9:6.
These devotions, which are also made available through the Bread blog,
"collectively serve as our gift to the SFTS community, our family and
friends, and the larger church. Many people find that
devotions are a great way to begin each day during the holiday season," said the SFTS.
Click here to sign up to receive the daily devotions on Dec. 2-25 via email, Facebook & Twitter, or check the Bread blog daily.
The San Francisco Theological Seminary is affiliated with the
Presbyterian Church (USA). Established in 1871, it is the only PC(USA)
seminary on the West Coast.