Archive for June 2021

Seedling to Sequoia – Small Beginnings

Johnny was a Revolutionary War veteran. What to do after the war in a new land? Travel west and throw out seeds. Apple seeds. Yes, John Chapman will forever be remembered as “Johnny Appleseed” who planted apple nurseries and orchards throughout Ohio and Indiana. These apple trees helped transform the pioneer land into homesteads, and…

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Maybe It’s Time to Sit in the Shade

I love hydrangeas. I think they look like bouquets of lace. A few years ago, I was thrilled to receive a beautiful hydrangea plant for my birthday, which was immediately stuck in a hole in the ground outside. But I am not a gardener. Every time blossoms would appear, they turned brown almost immediately and…

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Will This Be Your Summer of Growth?

Does the sunshine and warmth bring to mind lovely gardens full of blooming flowers and ripe vegetables? If you are ready for some growth in your own life, why not begin here: Grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. 2 Peter 3.18 Such spiritual growth is a process called…

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