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Category: Garden

What to Remember When All Hope Seems Lost

Is the saying, “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” really true? Patricia Taylor tells us about a stubborn, crazy little plant that refused to give in to winter’s cold and what it taught her about God’s hand of provision when all hope seems lost.

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Good and Evil: The Tree of Irony

What actually happened when the first humans ate of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil? Our friend, Duke Walker, shares some interesting insights into the dynamics of the fall and the damage it has caused every single moment since, including our damaging choice to pridefully condemn one another.

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Gardening my Life

Gardening my life It is now evident the plan is not moving forward. When I dug up my overgrown garden last fall I intended to hire a landscaper and design something less random, plan for

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Nature Hates a Garden

One of Britain’s romantic poets said that. He said “nature hates a garden.” All gardeners know this is a fundamental truth. The minute we begin to tame the ground, the day we plan and dig

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