Mark Zarr

Training a New Generation of Leaders to Impact Their Everyday World.   As a Professor of Business, and as the leader of Family Ministries, for his church, Mark and his wife Rachel work to equip others with the skills needed to succeed in REAL Life.    Mark also works with small businesses, churches, and non-profits helping them make BIG impacts through website design, marketing & branding, and consulting services.

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  1. Carl Douthit
    December 10, 2015 @ 3:24 pm

    Over the past 5+ years, I have had to learn to do something that I thought I had been doing but hadn’t: Live in each day instead of in the past or in the future. The past is gone and the future, if I allowed myself to dwell in it, would be a very, very scary place.
    In other words, I have had to learn how to rely on and be dependent on someone else, beginning with God.
    But living in each day is really what we are told to do in the New Testament. We are pointed to the birds in the air and the lilies of the field as models for living. We are also told to take care when we are planning. We are to recognize our dependence on the Lord: “If the Lord wills …”.

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