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Welcome to Fodderstack Farm… a traditional retreat in the New york mountains. A place where one can connect with family, close friends, yourself and, above all, God, in a special way. The intention of the book would be that the reader will go deeper in their understanding of the presence of our Lord by means of all the ways […]#@@#@!!
Few authors can communicate the sweetness of God’s Phrase as deeply because Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. Her love designed for Scripture is evident—and infectious. As the Arrival season draws close to, I want to experience this with fresh amazement, don’t you? Nancy’s new devotional, The very first Songs of Xmas is an invitation to open our Bibles and remember […]#@@#@!!
Jami Amerine was, like most people, exhausted. Wrung out, wheels spinning, trapped in a perpetual everyday living of feeling such as she never was good enough. She understood better. She was a soul-saved believer and Jesus Christ fans, yet His guarantee of rest still steer away from her grasp. All of that changed as the lady began to discover what […]#@@#@!!
One of the reasons I’m constantly so encouraged in what Mark Batterson creates, is that he has a way to inspire readers in every area of life, including reminding ourselves of the blessings we have, the blessing we are, and exactly how we can use that will truth to make a difference in other people’s reside. His second […]#@@#@!!
Annie and I have been friends for a long time and if there is something she is dependable for, it is fun. And he or she loves my kids. Annie is one of those ladies who has friends within multiple generations, and she loves it that way. Here are some of the girl thoughts on what it is like […]#@@#@!!
Kristen Clark never imagined that the first decade of her marriage would include 3 miscarriages, dozens of physician visits, and the diagnosis of unexplained infertility. Coming from a large family herself, she assumed having children would be easy. But year after year she stared down at a poor pregnancy test. To this day, her life […]#@@#@!!
Kathy Howard is a value hunter. She tracks for the creamiest chocolates and richest coffee. She searches for cherished stories of faith that still effect hearts. And, the lady digs deep into God’s Word, mining His eternal facts for herself and to share with others. A lot of in our culture today view the Bible as an antique […]#@@#@!!
Today’s blog post will be special. Many of you understand that I’m wedded to a farmer, and that we live on the land. The Lord so frequently speaks to me through everyday parables that are unfolding around myself. Daniel Grothe has just written The Power of Place, which is a call to fall in love […]#@@#@!!
Eugene Peterson was a lifelong pastor, scholar of biblical languages, and translator of The Message Bible. He was keenly aware of how easy it is to feel lost while reading the Bible. To help his congregation and readers find their place amidst the countless kings, prophets, and overlapping stories that he wrote short introductions for every […]#@@#@!!