Bear Fruit

I have the blackest of black thumbs. I have loved the thought of a beautiful flower garden and made imaginary plans for rows of vegetables in neat and tidy upraised beds. But gardening requires time, patience, effort and some other skill I most certainly do […]

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Winter Rest

It has been almost two decades since I’ve lived through a full Midwest winter. I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to wear warm, cozies every day but my goodness! It is true cold here! This week has been in the negatives plus strong winds! This has […]

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Following the Good Shepherd

We have been in a season of waiting that has seemed never ending. We thought we finally saw the finish line in the distance, when a new bend in the road blind-sided us. Just two months ago, I wondered if we had misheard God and […]

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