Category Archives: Stewardship

Little feet and carbon footprints

I watched a video a few years ago about high density livestock grazing and its healing effects on the land.  Sounds counter intuitive, right?  How could high density grazing (packing large numbers of animals on small amounts of land) possibly … Continue reading

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Greater Love

“I could have got more.  I could have got more. I threw away so much money.  You have no idea…” 780 million people around the world lack basic water sanitation, which results in disease, death, wastewater for drinking and loss … Continue reading

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It’s not always faith, sometimes it’s just stubbornness

Last night, I was talking with a friend about how hard it often is to have faith, even when we’ve seen God do so many wonderful things in the past (I’m a modern-day Israelite, having seen the parting of the … Continue reading

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An Israelite in Kentucky

“When I first became a Christian, I identified with Moses, leading the Children of Israel out of Egypt.  The longer I walk with God, the more I identify with the Children of Israel who, despite the miracles they’d already seen, … Continue reading

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A Faith Crisis

For a few years now, I’ve had a faith crisis of sorts slowly in the works and it all came to a head recently as we’ve been preparing for some changes in our lives.  Changes that, on paper, we can’t … Continue reading

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Hypocrite

That’s how I feel about myself right now and that’s exactly what I’m being because I’m about to: A. Post about things I make it a point never to share (okay, I did once and decided afterward that I never … Continue reading

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Lambs to the slaughter

*Warning: this post is a somewhat graphic account of the butchering of our two lambs and may offend some people.  I seriously considered not posting it at all, but as this is my journal (albeit a public one) in the … Continue reading

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