If we are serious about planting God’s word in people’s hearts, we need strategy. And we should be very serious about the cultivating process if we want to enjoy a great harvest. I see scriptural strategy for the planting process. Strategies I see in God’s Word for harvest. Plow the Ground Plow […]
Preparing the soil? What does that have to do with you? What does that have to do with teacher training? It’s a huge deal when your goal is a harvest and not just planting seeds. Martha’s dad was a farmer in every sense of the word. He raised sheep and milked cows, but farming was […]
Jars hold things: coins, buttons, nails, and sometimes pickles. Jars were made to keep them, to keep them from getting scattered or in the case of pickles to preserve them. But the students in your class or not jars…and the seed you bring to your class each week is not for collecting or hoarding. It […]
A personal trainer! I’m not sure who is training whom in this picture! It looks as if the dog thinks he’s the trainer. Just look at that smile on his face. Have you ever thought of hiring a personal trainer? One hour of watching “The Biggest Loser” leaves me with mixed feeling on […]
I love to travel. We have been to some glorious places. We’ve seen the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial in Hawaii, Mt. McKinley in Alaska, the London Bridge in Arizona and the Sequoia’s in California. We don’t go for the touristy places, we want to explore nature, old landmarks or museums. I love meeting people and hearing their stories. But basically, I just love to “go”.