Category Archives: Farming

A Soothing Stream, A Healing Flow

It is a challenge–and well worth the effort–to keep our hearts pure yet still open to offer hope and solace to a bruised and aching world. Continue reading

Advertisements
Posted in Christian Devotions, Christian Living, Farming, Metaphysical Reflection, Nature, Relationships, Spiritual Contemplation | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Riding a Low Ridge in Southern Kansas

Absorbing the simple beauty of a summer afternoon along the backroads of Cowley County is a pretty good way to soothe the mind… Continue reading

Posted in Exercise, Farming, Nature, Poetry | Tagged , , , , , , , , ,

The Promise & Prophecy of Spring

We need the remembering that we were born to planting, made for growing and filled with the promise of God’s own good yield, sown in the fields of heart and soul. Continue reading

Posted in Christian Devotions, Farming, Gardening, Metaphysical Reflection, Nature, Poetry, Spiritual Contemplation | Tagged , , , , , , , ,

Prayer from the Heart of Prairie Country

What hope we hold for spring!
What desire for winter’s green promise,
the yielding of frozen earth to warming winds Continue reading

Posted in Christian Devotions, Christian Living, Farming, Nature, Poetry, Prayer, Spiritual Contemplation | Tagged , , , , , , ,

Long Ride after a Long Week

It might not be for everyone, but a long bike ride after a long week of tragedy and stress was just the “rest” I needed. Continue reading

Posted in Exercise, Farming, Metaphysical Reflection, Nature, Poetry, Spiritual Contemplation, Sports, Work | Tagged , , , , , , , ,

Living in the Fire Zone

Living in a place where the level of fire danger rating includes the word “Catastrophic” requires a different mindset. Continue reading

Posted in Christian Devotions, Christian Living, Death & Dying, Farming, Metaphysical Reflection, Nature, Spiritual Contemplation | Tagged , , , , , , , ,

Of Sparks and Embers and Raging Winds

A burnt yard, scorched deck and losing a few sections of fence is nothing compared to having your home burned to the ground. Continue reading

Posted in Christian Living, Family, Farming, Metaphysical Reflection, Nature, Relationships, Spiritual Contemplation | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , ,