The Celtic Missional Advent series is can be used in any year. It is designed to adapt to the changing dates of each year. The series is listed in the links below. It includes lessons about living the missional life as found in the story and scriptures of the Advent, and are matched with the lives and festival days of Celtic Saints. The stories of the Celtic saints come from early medieval hagiographies and tales, and though often fantastic still leave behind a trail of life lessons. In 2016, Advent runs from November 27th through December 24th. In the links below, you will find scriptures, their application to life, ancient stories of saints (mostly of Celtic Origin and mostly Welsh), and a prayer to match the devotional. These are devotions for those whose hearts are found in two places: with the mission of God; and in the Celtic lands of Scotland, the Isle of Man, Cornwall, Brittany, Ireland, and Wales.
December 5th – Not all our labors will be appreciated (Saint Justinian)
December 7th – Laboring though unknown (Saint Edren)
December 10th – Going Uncomfortable Places (Saint Deiniol)
December 12th – The missional life is a studied life (Saint Finnian of Clonard)