The Vine Dresser

The Vine Dresser

As Fall and Winter bring a time of yard clean up and brush removal from the previous season, this time includes pruning the fruit trees, blackberry, blueberry, and raspberry bushes.? However of all the clipping and pruning, the experience that sticks with me? was that of grapevines. According to the old timers (and I suppose […]

The Lamb and the Lion

The Lamb and the Lion

“The wolf and the lamb shall feed together, and the lion shall eat straw like the?bullock: and dust shall be the serpent’s meant. They shall not hurt nor destroy in all?the my holy mountain, saith the LORD.” Isaiah 65:25 One of?these?days soon, we won’t have to spend time to gain the trust of a Cheetah […]

Youth Ministry?

Youth Ministry?

Is there anything biblical to justify Youth Ministry? Where is the line drawn? We would?love your feedback. ?Please keep keep your comments relevant?and appropriate. Remember we are?all on this upward journey together and are at different points in walk with?Jesus. ?Any criticism, belittlement,?non-Christ like comments are not tolerated and will not be allowed.  

The Daniel Challenge

The Daniel Challenge

I personally think this is one of the most effective programs I been able observe. The?directors of this program are top notch, who have dedicated their lives to better?humanity. Go To ?www.thedanielchallenge.com ?and sign up today! Taken from their website: The Daniel Challenge is designed to encourage, equip, and enable better overall?physical, mental, and spiritual […]

Broken Hands

Broken Hands

What does it mean to alleviate the suffering, poor and down-trodden? Does the?motive drive the action or does the action drive the motive? As I finished watching Citizen Architect: Samuel Mockbee and the Spirit of Rural?Studio, I was struck with a sense of a selfless man, who by all appearances had?no religious prompting (Christian that […]

Strangers in Our Home: TV and Our Children’s Minds by Susan R. Johnson

Strangers in Our Home: TV and Our Children’s Minds by Susan R. Johnson

As a mother and a pediatrician who completed both a three-year residency in Pediatrics and a three-year subspecialty fellowship in Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, I started to wonder: “What are we doing to our children’s growth and learning potential by allowing them to watch television and videos as well as spend endless hours playing computer […]

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