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On Counting Blessings and Calories

I was a chubster growing up. When hubs sees pictures of me, he laughs, and so do I. What can I say? I enjoyed my after school snacks of Slurpees, Cheetos, and French Fries maybe a little too much (and no, not all in the same day). 1,089 more words

The Christian Life


The next Avengers movie is almost here and superheroes in film and on TV seem to be taking over.  As a person who sometimes still feels like a little kid at heart, I personally love it.   306 more words


Would Organic Work for Me?

Currently, organic corn is selling for about $12.50 a bushel, more than triple the cash price for regular corn. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that organic sales have more than tripled between 2002 and 2010, and continue to climb. 582 more words

Healthy Soil

“The servant who knows the master’s will and does not get ready or does not do what the master wants will be beaten with many blows. 180 more words

Connecting the Dots

A confession. I no longer open direct mail. But this was from a place where I had been the Executive Director—although many years ago—and I was curious what they were up to. 556 more words


Stewardship of the Earth: God's Gift and Our Gifts

Our worship service this Sunday is going to celebrate God’s good creation and invite us to reflect on our role in being good stewards of that creation. 

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Colorado of Texas

Storm fed by New Mexican arroyos, the Colorado River winds across the Texas plains and prairies nurtured by springs, through the Hill Country and the fertile black bottom land, gathering steam as the Concho, Llano, Perdnales and San Saba rivers contribute on the journey to the Gulf of Mexico. 555 more words

Vernacular Landscape