Mark Molzen was born outside of Detroit to a fourteen-year-old ninth grader and an eighteen-year-old high school dropout. At the age of three months, he was adopted into the “United Nations of Adoption,” a family that included two biological children and four adoptive children of Native American, Asian American, and African American descent.
Now a spokesperson for an $18 billion, Fortune 150 Company, he received his bachelor of science degree in communications from the University of Utah and several professional awards for his role in communications and public relations campaigns.
He is also a Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce board member and a deacon at Bethel Church in Arizona. Molzen and his beautiful wife, Queena, have been married for twenty years and have three amazing sons.
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Adoption (physical and spiritual), biblical identity and choices. Adoption is offered to all. God loves adoption so much that he wants it for all mankind if we will but accept this gift (2 Peter 3:9) and he tells us we should eagerly await our own spiritual adoption into his family (Romans 8:23). Accepting that adoption is part of God’s plan for your life will change your life forever. In Jeremiah 29:11, God says he knows the plans he has for us – God doesn’t make mistakes. You were chosen – not adopted. Regardless of how you came into this world, physical adoption is part of God’s plan for your life and there are many biblical parallels to support that. The bible says in Jeremiah 1:5 that you are a child of destiny – not accident. It says in Philippians 1:6, that you are a divine project – not an abandoned project and in 1 John 5:4, it says you are a victor – not a victim. God makes ALL things good for those who love him and are called according to his purposes (Romans 8:28). It’s Your Choice. Just as we have to choose to accept salvation, spiritual adoption into God’s family, we have to choose to accept that our physical adoption wasn’t a mistake but that it is part of God’s bigger plan for our lives. In Deuteronomy 11:26-32, it says, behold I stand before you offering you blessings or curses. It is our choice. It’s a choice that is never too late to make as it says in 2 Corinthians 5:17, Christ makes all things new.Email Mark