Timing Makes a Difference

This last Sunday was one of those days where I got to do a lot of driving. My Charge Conference was at a church close to the New Mexico border. A 9:00 AM meeting sounded good when I approved the schedule, but I didn’t really think about what it meant for a departure time. One of the uses that I like for my GPS is figuring out how long it takes to get somewhere. In the old days my estimates were not always very accurate. My GPS has turned out to be a pretty handy tool!

Upcoming Investment and Tax Seminar

It is not too late to register for the Investment Diversification & The New Tax Act Seminar hosted by Desert Southwest United Methodist Foundation's Stewardship Committee. The seminar is Thursday, November 8, 2018, 1:00 p.m.  to 3:30 p.m, at First United Methodist...

Power and Responsibility

It is easy to talk about the power and responsibilities that other people have, but what about our own power? Each of us has some. Our choices effect the lives of other people. Our use of power can build people up, or tear people down. How are we using our power?

Stewards of Life

This last week I was able to stop for lunch with friends on my way home from meetings at Mingus Mountain camp. We were talking after lunch for a few extra minutes outside of the restaurant.  A man named Mitch, who looked like he was at least my age, walked up to us and asked if we had a couple of dollars that we could give him. He needed $1.50 in order to ride the bus. As Christians, how do we respond when someone asks us for money?

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