What is Faith?
"Now faith is the substance (confident assurance, solid ground) of things hoped for, the evidence (reality, proof) of things not seen" (Hebrews 11:1).
We live by faith, we sow by faith.
"Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap. For he who sows to his flesh will of the flesh reap corruption, but he who sows to the Spirit will of the Spirit reap everlasting life. And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart." (Galations 6:7-9)
Category Archives: Garden
Saving seeds is an extremely easy thing to do once you know how. To me, peppers are the easiest. Simply cut the pepper open, scrape the seeds onto a plate or the counter, rinse them and lay them out on … Continue reading
Summer is here and it came early this year! The plants are blooming, the bean vines are climbing, the Farmers Markets are out in full force and above all…..the bees are buzzing! Here on the farm, we have built several … Continue reading
Christmas and New Years have come and gone. Daydreams of long rows of beans, tall trellises of cucumbers and the big deep green leaves of summer squash keep sneaking up on me. We’ve already made long lists of what to … Continue reading
If you garden with heirlooms and have an abundance of acorn squash or simply enjoy the autumn taste of acorn squash from the farmer’s market, you might like to add this tasty recipe to your menu of ways to cook … Continue reading
Ole’ Jack Frost has finally visited long enough to affect the garden. We had a good threat of frost last week, so we harvested everything and moved what we could into the greenhouse and covered a few things too. Due … Continue reading
Nothing says Autumn more than an Amish wagon loaded down with the fall bounty of pumpkins, squash and gourds, a crisp wind and the crisp autumn leaves falling . The harvest has been tremendous and the local Amish wagons are … Continue reading
This year has been full of exciting discoveries in the garden and in the kitchen. Has anyone ever heard of Heirloom Jumbo Pink Banana Squash? I never had before this year and what a delightful find! They are extremely easy … Continue reading
The weather has finally cooled off here in the Ozarks and we are gladly back to harvesting tomatoes. The heat through the summer halted much of the production of some varieties, others, like the Arkansas Travelers and the Yellow Pears, … Continue reading
First of all I would like to thank everyone for their valuable opinion and insight about which picture each of you preferred. The vote was almost unanimous for the third picture on our “Help Me Choose” post. For everyone that … Continue reading