Mark’s Musings – Kindness Over Judgment

Mark’s Musings – Kindness Over Judgment

How do we respond when we mess up? My Monday had a rough start. The weekend and previous week were non-stop with activity. This coincided with a head-cold reducing my energy and enthusiasm. I was grateful to see the new week arrive, and to experience a peaceful...
Mark’s Musings – Are We Too Busy?

Mark’s Musings – Are We Too Busy?

I wonder how many blessings we miss because we are “too busy”? Last week my wife and I had company from Alaska. These are friends that we have known for twenty-two years. They are really more in the “family” category than the “friends” category. I coordinated my two...
Mark’s Musings – May 7, 2019

Mark’s Musings – May 7, 2019

This last week I made a large purchase (literally) few people will understand, and even fewer will be excited about. I bought a 51 year old front bench seat for my 1968 Mustang GT/CS (California Special). At some point in the past the original bench seat was replaced...
Mark’s Musings – Lessons in Adaptability

Mark’s Musings – Lessons in Adaptability

The way God has designed our world amazes me! Living in the desert, I am especially appreciative of trees tough enough to live in our climate. One of my all-time favorite trees is the Desert Willow. Last year I gave a Desert Willow to my wife as a gift. Part of the...
Mark’s Musings: “Living” and “Healthy”

Mark’s Musings: “Living” and “Healthy”

The last time we were in Alaska, in the summer of 2017, a special friend gave my wife an African Violet for her birthday. Phyllis, our friend, is in her nineties, and is one of our all-time favorite people! The African Violet she gave my wife was fresh from the store,...
Mark’s Musings – The Cross: A Sign of Hope

Mark’s Musings – The Cross: A Sign of Hope

I didn’t know until recently there are differences between a Christmas Cactus and an Easter Cactus. As one might guess, the Christmas Cactus tends to bloom around November/December, while the Easter Cactus blooms around April. My two year old Christmas Cactus, though,...

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