Much to do and so little time…blogging unfortunately is low on the priority list at the moment, but I’ll write a post as soon as I can.
The good news is that my mother-in-law has bought a home here in the same little town where we live and where my husband’s aunt lives. We are very pleased that she will be near us; she is, after all, 79 years old and we feel better being able to check in on her even though she is entirely healthy and independent, plus we just like being around her. Having lost her husband (my husband’s father) last year has been hard on her and the move is a bit anxiety-provoking since she and my father-in-law lived in their home in Dearborn for 40 years. Philip and I do appreciate any prayers for a smooth transition that you offer up on her behalf.
Now I will leave you with some reading I have found interesting recently:
On this blog I hope to help us consider in more detail exactly how God calls us to be obedient in our farming. I want to see Born Again Farmers around the world begin a journey of seeking to glorify God though their farms. I want to see the whole Church rise up and take back agriculture for the Kingdom of God by not only farming, but also by being willing to support Godly farming. I believe this will result in not only the spread of the Gospel of Christ, but also in the most successful farms the world has ever known. Let’s redeem the dirt!
Search a few pages into the archives for some really interesting reading.