It looked to be another gray winter day as I awoke this morning. The sky was overcast and although warm sunny weather is expected this weekend it doesn’t seem to have arrived yet. As I moved about starting my day I caught a glimpse through the window of a little daffodil struggling vainly to lift its face to the almost non-existent sun. As I gasped, Read More
We now have a flock! Does that make us legit farmers or what? Every morning when I hear that cock-a-doodle-do I feel pretty legit! Chickens are fascinating creatures – I love watching them – especially the Read More
Life has been a crazy whirlwind as the last few days of 2014 expired. We left southeast Texas and have arrived at the farm! Not everything went according to plan but suffice to say we are all safe and sound, albeit a bit tired. I wanted to share a bit of insight as a reminder to us all as we walk into the new year.
The start of a new year brings an opportunity Read More
Dear readers, between all my packing of boxes for the move to the farm and my wrapping of presents I overlooked posting this information about Hanukkah. It is a long read but well worth the time. I hope you enjoy this contribution from Leann Wall of Rising Eagles Ministries.
Tonight [12/16/14] begins the eight day celebration of Hanukkah! Hanukkah is the Hebrew word Read More
Now, when I hear the word wait I pause, take a deep breath and say, Yes Lord. The Lord helped me understand the waiting process by showing me Read More
Isaiah 41:7 So the craftsman encouraged the goldsmith, he who smooths with the hammer inspired him who strikes with the anvil, saying,”It is ready for the soldering,” then he fastened it with pegs that it might not totter.
It takes the heavy hammer of the blacksmith along with the gentle taps of the goldsmith in order to create a masterpiece. And it doesn’t happen overnight! God is at work in you, beloved, creating a work of art like no other.
Whether you are being hammered with the pain of something big Read More
As I walked through the farmhouse making a list of needed repairs I kept finding wasps. After stomping on a couple in the kitchen, then a few more in the living room I noticed several on the window of the glassed in front porch. I swatted them down, grinding them under my heel and began Read More