Our Day with Elliott Barker
Feb 26 12:54 PM

Our Day with Elliott Barker

Feb 26 12:54 PM
Feb 26 12:54 PM

North of Cimarron, tucked in next to the south side of the Valle Vidal and surrounded by Philmont Scout Ranch, lies the Elliott Barker Wildlife Management Area. At just over 5400 acres, it was purchased in 1966 to protect habitat for elk and deer. It was obviously named after New Mexico’s most famous conservationist, Elliott Barker. More on his life in another story.

The first time we visited this area, was close to 25 years ago. Patti and I were celebrating an anniversary and were staying

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To Further Ourselves or to Further the Gospel
Feb 11 8:17 PM

To Further Ourselves or to Further the Gospel

Feb 11 8:17 PM
Feb 11 8:17 PM

“New Year, New Me!” How many of you have already given up on your New Year’s resolution? If you raised your hand, you are not alone! Studies have shown that 50% of adults make New Years resolutions but only 10% actually keep them. We live in a world that constantly encourages us to...

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An Everlasting Love
Jan 29 9:13 AM

An Everlasting Love

Jan 29 9:13 AM
Jan 29 9:13 AM

“You are loved by an everlasting love and underneath are the everlasting arms. That’s what the Bible tells us.” This is one of my favorite Elizabeth Elliott quotes.

 

She opened many of her recorded radio programs with these words. What an immense and wonderful concept! One that is not always comprehensible...

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Are We Enough
Jan 21 3:53 PM

Are We Enough

Jan 21 3:53 PM
Jan 21 3:53 PM

“Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing.” (John 15:5)

Have you ever had the thought that pleasing God is nearly impossible? I grew up developing negative feelings about myself. It comes out by what I call myself, like “I can’t do anything right”. That is not...

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We are God’s Creation
Jan 15 9:07 AM

We are God’s Creation

Jan 15 9:07 AM
Jan 15 9:07 AM

Like many of us at MCC, we have chosen to make our home in the mountains primarily because of engagement with God’s creation. The peace that comes with this, has a significant impact to our spiritual life. I have spent most of my life engaging in creation. It all started growing up on my dad’s farm and helping him work directly with the land and animals. Since that time...

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