The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


New year starts Nov. 30

That's the first day of Advent 2003 — and of a calendar for Christians called "Salt of the Earth," which arranges the year not in 12 months but in the seasons of the church year. "It's a reminder that we're living in God's time, not the world's time," says Ed Searcy, pastor of University Hill Congregation, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, which created the alternative calendar now it its third year. To order ($10 single copies), go to www.thechristiancalendar.com or call (604) 696-1295.


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