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Dear friends,

Scripture continuously calls upon us to praise God in all we do—not just on Sunday morning. But how do we do this in a way that truly gives all glory and honor to God?

In today's reflection, Karin L. Squires, Pastor of the Olivebridge and Samsonville Churches in our Catskill Hudson District, reminds us that praise is "conscious admiration" and that we are to praise God with our whole being. 

Please share this and any of our pre-recorded devotionals with your congregation, or with others who may need to hear a hope-filled message at this time.  You will find those messages here.


Matt Curry
Director of Connectional Ministries
New York Annual Conference

The New York Conference
The United Methodist Church
20 Soundview Ave, White Plains, NY 10606