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I am sitting at my desk today feeling buffeted by Friday’s inauguration and Saturday’s marches. Opposing words, opposing visions, opposing passions. I am aware that, while I have a clear preference, my reality does not align completely with … Continue reading
May we find ways to say Thank you not just with our lips, but also with our lives. Paul Alcorn is the pastor of Bedford Presbyterian Church in Bedford Village, NY.
Matthew 6:26-29 “Look at the birds of the air, that they do not sow, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth much more than they? And which of … Continue reading
On Saturday, Will and I brought a couple out of town friends apple picking in Warwick, NY. I’ve known Warwick for a long time but I hadn’t been there in years. I grew up attending Camps Farthest Out (CFO), a … Continue reading
I live in New York City; not a great place to be if one’s in search of solemnity. That’s a problem, at least for me, because I find it hard to pray when I’m in constant flux or motion. For … Continue reading