After a month and a half, we finally have our Sierra Vista house ready to go onto the market. This house was my home for 4 ½ years. As I walked through the house last week, it struck me that this is no longer my home. It has reverted to being just a house.
What brought on this change? The biggest factor is that my wife was not there. She was at our new home in Sahuarita. We also no longer have any of our possessions in Sierra Vista except for my 1968 Mustang (we are working on the details to get it moved). The possessions that mean the most to me, and help to make a house into my home, are the ones that connect me with memories of people that I love.read more
Don’t miss out. Tomorrow is the last day to register for the 2018 South District Leadership Event. Registration is now $20. We hope you will join us as we gather together.read more
Traveling this year on New Year’s Day created a bit of a dilemma for me. When would I make our traditional black-eyed peas and cornbread?
Both my wife and myself have family roots in the south. The tradition is that on New Year’s Day we need to eat black-eyed peas and cornbread to have a lucky year. My wife’s side also includes cabbage. I don’t like cabbage, so I follow my family’s practices.read more
Rev. Mark Conrad
District Superintendent-South District
1550 E Meadowbrook Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Administrative Assistant-South District