Tagged with Morongo Basin

Starry Nights in Yucca Valley

Today is the Starry Nights festival in Yucca Valley, and it has been a beautiful night for stargazing. After going to one of the talks this afternoon, we went to the digital-astronomy presentation tonight at the community center. That was so much fun we came home and did some more stargazing from our front yard. … Continue reading »

Encountering the Culture

Then he went about among the villages teaching. He called the twelve and began to send them out two by two. —Mark 6:6-7 In AD 100, the worldwide total number of Christians might have been about 25,000. For the next two centuries, Christianity was an an illegal religion, and endured several waves of violent persecution. … Continue reading »

Snow Day

For to the snow he says, ‘Fall on the earth’;—Job 37:6 The church offices will be closed Thursday, January 21, due to snow. If you must go out today, be careful on the roads! We will post the status of tonight’s choir practice later today, as the weather situation becomes more apparent. Update, 12:00 p.m. … Continue reading »

Public Witness How-To’s

Several local groups of Christians participated in the Grubstakes Parade in Yucca Valley this weekend. Joshua Springs Christian School Pep Band. Joshua Springs Calvary Chapel operates a Christian School. They sent their Pep Band. As it went by my position, they were playing the James Bond theme. Very nice. Yucca Valley Nazarene Church Worship Team … Continue reading »

Morongo Basin Leadership Prayer Breakfast

I’m looking forward to the Leadership Prayer Breakfast on Friday. The speaker is Mark Joseph. All I know about him is what Google tells me. I got this bio from his column at the Huffington Post: Mark Joseph is a multi-media producer, columnist and author. His books include Pop Goes Religion, Faith, God & Rock … Continue reading »