Tag Archives: Hudson River Presbytery

The Things We Leave Behind

My wife and I are getting ready to move out of our apartment. Transient millennials that we are, the three years we’ve spent here is the longest I’ve ever lived in one place since childhood. I’m excited for a new … Continue reading

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Kelmar Cookies

    The church calendar may say it’s nearly Lent, but at my house, there’s still some unfinished Christmas business. That always seems to be the case, since I became a pastor three years ago.  With work and family holiday … Continue reading

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What Do You Know?

As an educator I am interested in how people learn things. And once we’ve learned them, do we really “know” them? Early in Paul’s first letter to the church at Corinth, he addresses the issue of whether or not it’s … Continue reading

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Solarize HRP

All of us at some point in our lives wonder – what is our legacy?  Long after we’ve departed this earth we wonder, will our lives have made a difference?  Will we, through our words and our actions, have helped … Continue reading

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MLK Day 2018

As we depart, Both individually and collectively Be who you are called to be. In any and in all the ways you can Seek justice. Resist evil. Stand strong against Death. And all Death’s works and wiles. Add your voice. … Continue reading

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Epiphany

While the culture around us begins much earlier than we do, the Christian community holds onto Christmas longer than they do. But with the celebration of Epiphany, even for us, the Christmas season is now over. But before we go … Continue reading

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Too Small

But you, O Bethlehem, who are one of the little clans of Judah, From you shall come forth for me one who is to rule Israel, Whose origin is from of old, from ancient days. Micah 5:2 The Sufi Muslim … Continue reading

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