Rediscover the Farmer’s Almanac

Rediscover the Farmer’s Almanac

Recently when looking for some leisurely reading material, I chose the 2018 edition of the Farmer’s Almanac. This is the 200th year of providing what the editor describes as “containing early American at its best, delightfully threaded through with a...
Questions? Questions? Questions!

Questions? Questions? Questions!

Perhaps a question worth wondering about, studying, and reflecting on is “How many questions did Jesus ask?”   Several authors have done the counting  and noted 200-300 total questions that Jesus asked in the four Gospels.   Often it is more common to...
Those Are Just Weeds

Those Are Just Weeds

Along most highways, byways, and country roads, one can notice an amazing variety of flowers and grasses.  Among the flowers are rabbit’s foot clover, curly dock, mullein, daises, crown vetch, to name just a few.  Among the grasses are timothy, bluegrass, brome,...
Matriarch of The Way

Matriarch of The Way

After the Resurrection of Jesus, the followers, the apostles, the disciples were to carry on His message.  Those persons were called “The People of the Way.”  They struggled in their efforts to be faithful to living as Jesus had taught them.  We can only imagine the...
From Dormancy to New Life

From Dormancy to New Life

For eons and from the beginning of the universe, the cycle of latent dormancy unfolding and activating of life repeats over and over. Definitions: Dormancy – is inactive, latent but capable of being activated, being in and inactive or resting condition. Activate – is...