Archive | Texas road trip

13 January 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Last I Left You …

We were 12 hours into a cross-country trip in a 34 ‘ RV with 4 adults and 4 kids. The trip went well, except for one thing. Hours, maybe even minutes, after posting that update, I began to feel the chills. I was soon in the driver’s seat for my next shift, my sinuses began […]

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26 December 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Long Couple Weeks & Unique Journey!

It’s the end of a long couple of weeks. Jonathan’s birthday on December 14th ended a big weekend for us. As well as Jonathan’s birthday on that Sunday, that Saturday night we did our Annual Church Staff & Council Christmas Gathering. I try to make it a very nice surprise of an event, and this […]

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16 December 2009 ~ 1 Comment

Latest from the Kuzma’s

It’s been a sometimes exhilirating, sometimes frustrating, always interesting couple of months since I last posted. Some highlights: We closed escrow on our home! One of the best parts? We didn’t even have to move!! After 12 years in the “parsonage” (church-owned home provided as part of a pastor’s compensation package), we were able to […]

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06 February 2009 ~ 2 Comments

Study & Planning Break

For those wondering where I’ve been this week, you can read about it here. My friend, Gene Stabe, and I have enjoyed the weel re-connecting as he experienced his first Study & Planning Break. Gene pastors Living Springs Foursquare Church in Agua Dulce, California. He and I were best friends in High School and roomed […]

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16 June 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Catch-up Quick List

CANNOT believe it’s been two weeks since my last post. CANNOT believe I’ve been back from Texas for almost two weeks. CANNOT believe the school year is over. Let me catch you up on what the last two weeks (and then some) have held. Just before I left for Texas, Colleen landed a new job […]

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22 May 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Texas, Hold ‘Em….’Cause Here I Come!

I’m headed to Texas on Sunday! Our Annual Foursquare Convention is being held in Houston, Texas this year, starting on Monday. I’ll fly in Sunday. Convention is always a great time of reconnecting with friends I don’t get to see very often and hearing the heartbeat of our Foursquare leadership throughout the week. As well […]

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30 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

What A Day!

Other than the actual day of Mom’s surgery, Friday was my longest day. After about 7 hours on the road, I arrived in Benson, AZ around 3:30 pm, confirmed Aunt Margaret was at home and then drove the 30 miles or so south to Sierra Vista. The picture you see here is she and Uncle […]

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29 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

On To A Fascinating Meeting

Last night’s sleep was restless for some reason. A head cold is trying to take root, so that’s nasty and unhelpful! I am packed and walking out the door at 10:00 am CDT. I’ll drive about 425 miles to Sierra Vista, AZ, where Great-Aunt Margaret and her husband, Dominick, live. I am really looking forward […]

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29 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

FYI – Skip Van Horn, TX If At All Possible

Just a piece of advice. If you’re traveling through Texas and are tempted to grab a night in Van Horn, keep going! It won’t be hard, trust me. I should’ve kept going. It’s one of those towns that derives the memories of contemporary ghost towns. Burned buildings that were never cleaned up. Car and truck […]

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27 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

A Day To Contemplate

I use the above for the title to today’s post because it’s what I am studying as I prepare for Sunday’s message. We are completing the series I’ve been teaching on Sabbath this Sunday. God is amazing to me … how He orders things and puts you in places (sometimes geographical, but sometimes emotional, and […]

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