Need Help Moving — Part 3

A caveat to begin with — moving is stressful on everybody in the house including the dogs, the cats, and the goldfish. Ok, maybe not the goldfish as they don’t seem to be flustered about anything.

Because moving is stressful, do not think you have to do this overnight. …

Need Help Moving? — Part 2

It is with a fair amount of certainty that the great William Shakespeare must have moved more than once when he wrote these immortal words in the draft version of Hamlet.

The original play was about a person who considered moving from the Kingdom of Denmark to Westeros or Narnia…

Guidance for your next move — Part 1

Moving Out of State?

Are you tired of the politics in your state?

Are you ready to move from the rat-race of clogged highways, long commutes, and overcrowded cities to a more rural location where you can have plenty of room to spread your wings?

Are you being offered a…

Why 2021 will be different!

As a child, my parents made us sit down on January 1st of every year with pen and paper. …

Hope for 2021?

142 years ago in 1879, the world lost a Christian lady by the name of Frances Ridley Havergal. Over the course of her short 42 years, she wrote over fifty hymns and poems. …

Justice served in the wrong way.

A little over eleven years ago, George Tiller was murdered in cold blood. Here are a few thoughts from a biblical perspective and a reflection on the devastation that I have seen stemming from abortion on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

George Tiller was the abortionist who bragged about…

It’s not what you think!

I have no intention of using this post to argue politically for what is going on right now across America.

But, here are some things that the world sees taking place and for Christians, it is time that we give due consideration to what is really happening. …

Thoughts from a Christian perspective about current life

Our world and our lives have been turned on their heads. Many of us are having to self-quarantine due to Covid-19 (or the Coronavirus). This means except for shopping for essentials or walking by ourselves around the block, we are not going out. …

Thoughts from the book of Ezekiel

In my reading through the Scriptures in a year, today I read Ezekiel 5–9. I realize that Ezekiel was written by the prophet Ezekiel to the people of Judah and Israel. Yet, my mind struggled with what was prophesied would happen to Jerusalem.


We Will Remember!

On November 10, 2019, in my birth country of the United Kingdom and throughout the British Commonwealth, Remembrance Sunday was observed. In a nutshell, we remember that at the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, an armistice was signed.

The YouTube video below was…

Mark Escalera

From England. Married 32 years. 5 children and 2 grandchildren. Lived overseas 17 years in Iceland, the UK, and Liberia, West Africa. Writer for 5 publications.

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