Alexis De Weese is a writer, digital marketer, and student of theology. Her work is devoted to creating space for necessary conversations within the Church and helping others cultivate spaces for hospitality.
Alexis has written tweets for million-book bestsellers and NBA All-Star champions. (She doesn’t kiss and tell, but ApricotServices.com does!) Through her work with Apricot Services, Lex wears the hat of digital strategist, project manager, and content creator. She presently lives in Scotland pursuing her M.Litt in Theology and the Arts at the University of St. Andrews.
“It’s hard to know how to hope in healthy ways.” I wrote this to a sweet friend who was checking in and had asked if there is a light at the end of the tunnel over here. And I can only think, “yes, maybe…?” And I think we’re all feeling this in heavy and hard … Continue reading For when we don’t know how to hold hope
The other night I was feeling particularly overwhelmed about all that needed to be done to prepare for lockdown and for Christmas. And all I will be unable to do. And out of nowhere, a friend was at the door, bringing bread. A beautiful brown loaf wrapped in wax paper, tied in twine with a … Continue reading Of Bread and Advent