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All posts tagged: Rest

Reading in a Pandemic Karen Swallow Prior Wednesday, April 15, 2020 Confession: I’m a lifelong avid reader who has, not one, but two, professions centered on books—one as an English professor and the other as an author (who writes mainly about reading). And yet, even with all this “extra” time at home, I’m having trouble
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Good Friday Reflection Cherie Harder Friday, April 10, 2020 Friends, In most years, the joys and reverence of Holy Week are often eclipsed by the candy trappings and social hullaballo of the Easter holiday weekend. But this has been a very Lent-y Lent. Our vulnerability and mortality seems less remote and theoretical; our sources of
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Loving Your Neighbor in a Pandemic Mark Lagon Wednesday, April 8, 2020 Mark P. Lagon is Chief Policy Officer at Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, and Senior Fellow of the Trinity Forum. Mark previously served as CEO of Freedom House and of Polaris, as well as U.S. Ambassador at Large to
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Silence, Space, and Rest Cherie Harder Tuesday, March 31, 2020 The following reflection, written in February of 2011 has been adapted from our archives. Friends, We are now in the midst of what may be the most counter-cultural of holiday seasons: Lent. In stark contrast to the crazed consumerism that accompanies Advent, or even the
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