Mark D. Roberts

Mark D. Roberts


More Laity Lodge Photos

posted by Mark D. Roberts

Some more photos from recent Laity Lodge retreats . . . .
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Earl Palmer, Senior Pastor of University Presbyterian Church in Seattle, holds forth in the Great Hall.
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A soft-shelled turtle and some giant catfish in the Frio River at Laity Lodge. The turtle is about three feet long.



  • http://www.naminghisgrace.blogspot.com Viola Larson

    Mark,
    Thanks for the pictures. Earl Palmer came to our church, Fremont in Sacramento so many years ago to teach a class on C.S. Lewis it was so great. He was there when my first Presbyterian pastor, Darrell Johnson was there. So you have a lot of familiar faces on your site.
    Also thanks for all that you are writing on the problems in the PCUSA. I am going to be part of two different Church forums on GA and I intend to direct people to your site.

  • http://jkfhuskersearthlink.net J. Falconer

    Rev. Mark Roberts, Thanks for the terrific Texas Lodge photos. Hope everyone had a great time! The flower arrangement was magnificent & adds such a lovely, cheerful ambience! Blessings t0 your family! Also, years ago at your Irvine church, we noticed & admired your son’s excellent helpful attitude & behavior helping before the evening sermons atarted. Give hom his well deserved praise & a hug. I hope your children are enjoying Their times & adventures in Texas. God Bless

  • http://jkfhuskersearthlink.net J. Falconer

    Rev Mark Roberts, Forgive the typos on my previous post. It’s obvious I’m on my break & hurried. It’s the thoughts that count!! Ha!

  • http://www.funrivers.com funrivers.com

    Laity Lodge area is beautiful along with being the beginning of an amazing river (The Frio).. Hard to beat the crystal clear waters. Thanks for sharing this..
    Take Care,
    funrivers.com

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