Letter From the Owner
Fresh Thoughts For Spring
While Spring is inching ever closer, we start to think about all the things we want to have done when winter lets go of its grip on the landscape.
Thanksgiving & Grace
This holiday season, let’s all remember how much we have to be thankful for! 2020 has certainly been a difficult year to be grateful for. We have all been dealing with COVID-19 in one way or another. Social issues have been escalating to a feverish pitch in some areas, and now, to wrap up the year, we have an election full of speculation and mistrust.
It’s my hope that we can move into 2021 very aware of all that there is to be thankful for in our lives. If we can show grace to our neighbors near and far, we may realize we have more common ground than points of disagreement. We are The United States of America, the greatest country in the world. We cannot be The Divided States of America and continue to be the great country we are.
As we transition into the Christmas season, I hope you get to spend valuable time with family. These are times to be cherished, and they too often get lost in the busyness of life. Let us focus on the reason we celebrate Christmas. Jesus Christ was born to die on a cross so that we may be forgiven and spend eternity with God in Heaven. All we have to do is believe—really, it’s that simple. Many times in life, we overcomplicate things. This is one thing that may be hard to grasp, but it is not supposed to be. If you want to learn more, pick up a Bible, and read John 3:16.
Merry Christmas & God Bless You!