Gardening in Kansas is quite a bit different than gardening in most other states—and that can be both good and bad.
To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk. —Thomas Edison
Looking for an inspirational read to start the new year? In His Steps is a popular classic in the public domain. The story is simple but fascinating: The death of a homeless man move a preacher to ask himself and his congregation the question, “What would Jesus do?” The answer takes very different forms inContinue reading “In His Steps”
Although the Cleveland Bay horse originated in the late 1600s and developed into its present form in the 1700s, its roots go back to the Middle Ages. Traveling salesmen, called chapmen, used the breed’s forebears to carry their goods across the Cleveland area of northeast Yorkshire. These versatile pack horses also could double as farmhands, andContinue reading “Cleveland Bay”
Matthew 9:10–13 Romans 3:21–26 Romans 4:1–4 2 Corinthians 5:17 Colossians 2:11–23
The aspiration of Kansas is to reach the unattainable; its dream is the realization of the impossible. —John J. Ingalls