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Member: cappi

CollectionsYour library (1,164), Currently reading (1), All collections (1,164)

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Tagschristianity (495), arizona (242), history (121), theology (110), commentary (88), photography (44), christian living (39), current affairs (28), calvin (27), native american (25) — see all tags

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About meOne mans journey. I love the state of Arizona. My maturity is strengthened with Christ. I desire to go into the wilderness and pray more often. I encourage everyone to find their own wilderness.

About my libraryChristianity and Arizona are the subjects that fill my library. Favorite Quote: Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary? Alister Begg.

GroupsArizona Trading Post, Christianity, Pima County

Favorite authorsFred Chay, Edwin Louis Cole, Jon Courson, J. Ligon Duncan, Joe Foss, Wayne Grudem, David H. Hackworth, Tim Kimmel, John MacArthur, Jinx Pyle, Haddon W. Robinson, R. C. Sproul, John Trent, John F. Walvoord, Stu Weber (Shared favorites)

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Real nameRon

Location Scottsdale, Arizona

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceMar 5, 2007

Currently readingThe Faith that Saves: The Nature of Faith in the New Testament by Fred Chay Ph.D

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Hi cappi. Sorry it has taken me so long to respond to your kind
invitation. I do love Arizona, New Mexico and all things Southwestern.
I have a great respect for the Native American culture and am
particularily interested in the archaeology of the region. I don't
know what I have to contribute, but I like having the opportunity.
cappi, thanks for the invitation (sorry it took me so long to respond -- I've been dis-connected for awhile.)

The closest I've been to Arizona is Hoover Dam and New Mexico. Love New Mexico. And I do have a cousin who lives in Phoenix, and I enjoy the TV series Medium (set in Phoenix).

The only book I've read so far that's set in Arizona is a childhood Mystery, set in the mountains with buried treasure, which I really enjoyed and read over and over again.

But looking forward to learning more about AZ from you all.

Thanks again.
Hi Cappi
I appreciate the invite. I was born and grew up in Prescott and now live in Tempe. I love my home state and its wonderful beauties. I had to get my Ohio wife in Kentucky, but she loves living where it doesn't snow. My sister lives at the foot of Mt. Lemmon in Tucson, so there are lots of ties. Best to you.
Thank you for the invitation to join the AZ group, cappi. Arizona is interesting in its range of topography -desert to alpine - and its history - ancient to modern.
Thanks for the invite Cappi. You mentioned you liked my place. It happens to be in Bisbee, AZ. I thought you would enjoy it! It happens to be one of my favorite places in Arizona, along with Sonoita, Verde Valley, Jerome, the area around Flagstaff...and many other places in that lovely state. I went to school in Prescott

You asked for a book recommendation for a book that "expresses the heart of a woman"...

What about CAPTIVATING by John & Stasi Eldredge?

Here's the Link to it at

Hope that helps!

Hi Cappi, thank you for the invitation to hang my hat at the trading post. I have vistited Az. many times and my favourite location is Cochise Co. and the Tucson area. I have drunk from the spring in Apache Pass, and my favourite bookstore in the whole world is the Singing Wind outside Benson. I'm sure you have heard of it. Will keep in touch as much as possible. RedKing (Rory)
I see you have Love and Respect and the Communication Code. I believe these are good as well.
Hi, you asked for a book recommendation to know the heart of a woman! I know that many recommend "For Men Only" but I can only recommend it through hearsay. If you are asking in order to know your wife better then I think "Sheet Music" by Kevin Leman. I will have to think about this more. These will have a Christian bent.
"captivating" by the same author and his wife, stasi, is exactly what you're looking for :)
Thanks, cappi! I was not aware of bookmooch. And by the way, a cabin on the rim (of a canyon, I suppose) in AZ sounds wonderful.
Thanks, I'll check it out.
My grandfather was half-blood Lenape and so was my grandmother. He told me that his mother was a full blood registered on the rez out in Oklahoma and Chief Newcomer was her great uncle. So I'm a watered down version Lenape, I guess. My grandfather and my uncle were the only ones who were proud of their heritage, however, and they are both dead. My uncle married a full-blood Hopi, though, and they lived on her rez for a while before they both died rather young due to their love of the drink.
Hey Cappi,
Have some relatives in Tuscon, and the small part of Lenape in my blood would love to own a ranch in Arizona or New Mexico (love Leslie Marmon Silko). Am busy working hard on my fiction right now, so may not have time to contribute much.
I have never been to Arizona. I do not know if I could contribute to this group anything.
Hi there cappi,
Glad to join the Arizona group; I'm an ex-pat Englishman residing in Ontario Canada, but have made several excursions to your fine State. Love the desert....
Hello, cappi. Thanks for the invitation to the Arizona group. I'm new to the state, and loving it--and collecting books about it. sgrt
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