advent season resource from Biola University's Center for Christianity, Culture, and the Arts. You can subscribe to receive daily emails.
From the website introduction:
We live in a complex and crazy world where the affluence and
indulgence of developed nations stands in stark contrast to the millions
throughout the globe who struggle for survival. It is impossible to
ignore the dangerous plight of thousands of refugees as they seek asylum
and new opportunities. This year’s Advent Project—influenced by current
events—examines the uncanny parallels between Christ’s birth and the
current refugee crisis.
As Christmas approaches, the Advent Project will observe specific
themes each week relating to this topic. Weeks one and two focus on
essential doctrines of the Christian faith: the incarnation of Christ
and his virgin birth. Following that, we will offer a week of prayers
inspired by the Old Testament book of Isaiah, calling Christ to come and
effect change in our lives. The Christmas narrative occupies week four,
and week five focuses on Jesus as a refugee. The Advent Project
concludes in week six with Christ’s profound proclamations of peace.