Category: June 2020

Voices United Zooms Through the Coronavirus Lockdown

Members of the Thursday Voices United discussion group on Zoom: top row (from left to right): Karen McDaniels, Jane Scholz, and Janet Scott-Harris; second row: Jan Lands, Margo Ways, and Kim Robinson; third row: Joan Wall and Frances Rolater

Jane Scholz Voices United, a Robson Ranch group of progressive women, has kept our fellowship and conversations going through the lock down through the use of Zoom, an online meeting application. Our two monthly discussion groups—each with 10 to 12 members—first tried online meetings in late March. Although few of the discussion group members had…

Fellowship at the Ranch

Pastor Ed Jones Why was God so willing to reveal Himself in Bible times but seems hidden and silent today? One reason God may seem hidden today is the simple fact of willful, unrepentant sin. “Then they will cry out to the LORD, but He will not answer them. At that time, He will hide…

What I Am Doing on My Coronavirus Vacation

Jax and furloughed parents

Catherine Simpson I know I should not be enjoying staying at home with a blank calendar, but I am. After having a brain tumor removed May 23, 2019, results included deafness in one ear and eye difficulties—the deafness keeps me from watching any television and noises interfere with my concentration, which limits my reading. So,…

Table Tennis Is Reopened!

Table Tennis phase one reopening

Don Pooley On May 18, the Robson Ranch Table Tennis Club reopened its play sessions at the Cimarron Sports Club at 25% capacity. This means that ten members can play singles on five tables, with two players waiting their turn on the sidelines. Play sessions are modified so that we complete ball and table sanitizing…

From The New Home Sales Team

Robson Ranch Texas is pleased to announce the release of two new home designs—the Montecito and Weston. Visit Robson.com for more details about these beautiful new home designs. A limited selection of home sites has just been released at Robson Ranch Texas in neighborhood 6-1. These one of a kind home sites are some of…

Robson Ranch Voices United

Lavelle Carlson One of the best benefits of living in Robson Ranch is the variety of learning opportunities. One very active group here is Voices United (VU) that meets monthly to share information and raise money for local charities. There also are regular group discussion meetings. During the shelter-in-place, VU had their regular monthly meeting…

Pastor’s Corner

Dr. Jim Mann “I lift my eyes toward the mountains. Where will my help come from? My help comes from the LORD, the Maker of heaven and earth.” (Psalm 121:1–2) Life can be a bit scary, can’t it? Think about all the unknowns … about how many things are out of our control. Think of…

Cooking with the Kiln Krew

Tracy Olson and kiln

Rick Harwell When was the last time you set your oven to 2200°F? The Happy Potters Kiln Krew does it on a regular basis. The Creative Arts Technical Center (CATC) has three Olympic kilns that are shared by the Happy Potters and Kiln Krafters for their clay and ceramic firings. A kiln is a thermally…