A Legacy Left

A Legacy Left

When my husband and I first interviewed for jobs at Sacramento, we did an exercise in getting to know one another on a deeper level. We had a stack of about 100 cards with different qualities and values on them that we had to sort through. First you narrowed it down...
A Spring in Our Step

A Spring in Our Step

Spring in New Mexico is not the most glorious season. It’s usually characterized by turbulent wind, a beautiful sunny day followed by a snow storm, and since much of the state is brown, we miss much of the spring buds. I suppose that is one of the beautiful...
Camp Matters Matter

Camp Matters Matter

Even before school moved online, before zoom meetings became the norm, before lockdown and limited social gatherings became “best practice”, alarming statistics existed about the need for children and youth to be connected to nature. Studies show that...
While We Wait

While We Wait

From the moment that Eve consumed the virulent fruit and gave some to Adam to eat, we have been waiting; waiting for that restoration of the perfect world God intended for us. But before the fruit was even tasted, God had a plan. Restoration of the earth not yet under...
What Shall We Wear?

What Shall We Wear?

And why are you anxious about clothing? Consider the lilies, how they grow: they neither tick nor spin, yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. But If God so clothes the grass, which is alive in the field today and tomorrow is...