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Joseph Barth: A Grace

We give thanks for Being;
We give thanks for being here;
We give thanks for being here together.

Joseph Barth (1906–1988) was born in Salina, Kansas and went on to earn degrees from multiple universities before serving as minister at King’s Chapel in Boston, Massachusetts. Beacon Press published his book entitled The Art of Staying Sane.

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