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Farm // Beauty From Ashes

When people heard what happened to our house, we had a lot of people proclaim Isaiah 61 over us. I had people I had NEVER seen in my life tell me that this was a ' beauty from ashes' story. When I finally sat down and re-read the verse I was shocked on the words used in the verse. --- The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me,     because the Lord has anointed me     to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,     to proclaim freedom for the captives     and release from darkness for the prisoners,[a] 2 to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor     and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, 3     and provide for those who grieve in Zion— to bestow on them a crown of beauty     instead of ashes, the oil of...

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Why Our Dream Is Not Broken

It would be SO easy to just give up. Throw our hands up, pack up the little bit of belongs we have and scream WE ARE DONE. I mean, I’ve thought about it a couple times. But deep down, in my core….giving up has never been how I roll. I still very much have a dream in my heart and walking away from it wouldn’t get me any closer to achieving it. It’s been hard….yes it has…. but still I get glimpses throughout the day of things I’m incredibly thankful for. Right now, we are all currently cramped inside a RV. It’s small and not luxurious but it does have the basics, a small shower, a toilet that tends to leak (thanks JAYCO, you might want to look into that) and a small...

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Folk and Flora Barn Raising

For about 5 years now, my family and I have had the dream of owning our own land, planting a beautiful garden, taking care of our own animals and giving back to our community. After having our own backyard chickens and a small suburban garden we knew that in order to make our dream a reality we had to give up the words "someday," "maybe" and “after we retire.” We knew we were in charge of our destiny and the only way to make anything happen was by getting up and doing it. So we sold our home in Southern California, moved to Arkansas (a state we knew nothing about) and found an adorable 1920's farmhouse. The ambiance was intense and such a dream location for a our future farm. Nestled on 2.5...

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