Category Archives: Farming

The Grand Glory of Small Wonders

I reckon a kid can grow up without ever playing in a creek… but it sure seems like a shame to me for it to happen that way… Continue reading

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Back in the Old Days

It’s not what it used to be and maybe it never was, but growing up on a farm and in my family provided a good, solid basis for the next of my life. Continue reading

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When the Waters Go Back to the River

When the spectacle of the flood gives way to the hard work of cleaning up, it is good to remember that our God can bring both beauty and blessing even from the muck. Continue reading

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Bull-Ridin’ and Success

Riding a bull takes a certain sort of courage but what makes a ranch–or most anything else–succeed is something else. Continue reading

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An Old Farmer Takes Stock of Loss

Any time when we have the opportunity to help someone else is a time for sowing good seed, whether in tragedy or just the usual. Continue reading

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Full House on an Icy Morning

What a blessing to have a group of FFA members from South Haven High School join us for worship on an icy winter morning! Continue reading

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Me & Mister Roy

The sound of an oil-well pump motor takes me back to one of my favorite farm memories in western Kentucky. Continue reading

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