It’s been over three months since we moved onto our new farm, and the ideas about what we want to do with the place just keep on coming. The greatest challenge so far has been to slow down and truly evaluate how we want the place to look and function. We’re not new to agriculture… Read More Winter On The Farm: A Time For Reflection And Planning
Grandma used to make the best fried cornbread in the whole world. Some may call them hoe-cakes, but she just called it cornbread. It wasn’t until I was in graduate school that I asked Grandma for the recipe. Well, there isn’t really a formal recipe. You just have to learn how to do it correctly.… Read More Grandma’s Fried Cornbread
For decades now, evangelical Christians have argued that American culture has become more Godless over time. To be sure, the latter half of the twentieth century wreaked havoc on American society as more people came to accept relativism and multiculturalism as honorable “truths, ” and anyone who did not accept the new paradigm must be… Read More This Dangerous Book Review + Giveaway!
If you’re anything like me, it can be a little difficult to find the perfect Bible. Having a Bible that really brings the Word to life for me makes the world of a difference. Well, recently, my long-awaited search for a new and wonderful Bible has come to an end. I was recently offered the… Read More My Pick For Best Woman’s Bible
This time of year, everyone starts panicking. Like, really panicking. They worry about what gifts they are going to buy their friends and family. They worry about what parties they are going to throw. They worry about if they will get the best sales. They worry….and worry some more. Why can’t we stop worrying? Why… Read More 5 Ways To Have a Stress-Free Christmas Season (plus a giveaway!)
Farming and homesteading can often be challenging, but choosing a gift for others, (or for yourself) doesn’t have to be. We have compiled a list of items that you may or may not find interesting, but there should be something on this list for everyone. Sometimes we like to handcraft the gifts we extend to… Read More 25 Must-Have Gifts For The Homesteader This Christmas
My husband and I recently moved to Mississippi into our dream place. A log cabin, 20 acres of land, in the country and in a fabulous community. We had originally planned to stay traveling full-time for a bit longer, but God opened the door for us and, after several hurdles, we find ourself here –… Read More Making Marriage Work When You Both Work From Home
After four months of full-time travel in our Airstream, Alexandrea and I bought a small farm in rural Mississippi. In a recent post, we told readers about our plans to see Yellowstone this fall, but we never made it that far. Not even close. Not long after we wrote that post, we found a part… Read More From The Road To The Farm: A New Journey
For those who may not have figured it out yet, Alexandrea and I are unashamedly convinced that God, in his divine wisdom and power, brought the earth and all people into existence. Frankly, I do not see how anyone could believe anything otherwise. But, if you won’t take my word for it, and you won’t… Read More In The Beginning, God
Learning how to keep your business and personal life separate can be difficult at times, especially when you run a business out of your home! It is very important to set healthy boundaries for your family and even yourself, and that is why I have some solutions for you below, that might help you out!