From the Desk of Mark Mowry
DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA
My background with India is extensive. Spread out over three decades, at the time of my last assignment there, it covered one-third of my life.
It started in 1993 when we left Spearfish to join a missions organization. We loved the excitement and diversity of living in a different culture, we loved the energy and hospitality of the Indian people, we loved the way the people fawned over our children, we loved the uniqueness of it all. We put all our efforts into sustaining a livelihood and ministry there so that we could continue on with our lives in South Asia. . .Read More
“There’s only so much fortune a man really needs, and the rest is just for showing off.” -- Forrest Gump’s mother.
As I write, there now occurs a worker crisis in our nation; there is a shortage of workers for jobs and services. This is because a large populace of potential workers actually make more money waiting for a relief check from the federal government than by showing up for work. It’s a sick situation sponsored by a sick government, and here is where I’m reminded of Mrs. Gump’s sage comment. . .Read More