Well, maybe not by any means, but I write this post: Faith Garden: By Any Means Necessary because in spite of all the changes I have endured in terms of the roof over my head, I will find a way to grow some food. At the moment, all I have around my apartment door is… Continue reading Faith Garden: By Any Means Necessary
I Got 16 Problems... My dad was doing so well after the kidney transplant! He was like a new man, foot loose and fancy free. The only downside of his new life was that his medication list had now tripled. He was already on 4 hypertension medications, plus a baby aspirin daily. The nephrologist added… Continue reading Bush Medicine in Modern Times: Why it is so important to have this information
Gardening this way has given me a deeper understanding of Ecclesiastes 3. There is, indeed, a season to everything, a time to every purpose under heaven. When we submit to that timing, we are in harmony with creation.
Currently Reading📚: Guerilla Gardening by, on loan from from the Trinidad National Library System (NALIS)
We are enslaved if we must rely solely upon our jobs, money, supermarkets and agribusiness to eat. Thank God for His (yes, it's His) system of seed time and harvest that never ceases. We can all grow at least some of our own food. You will start small but you will want to grow more… Continue reading The Faith Garden Part 1
For the last two summers, we have been using any available space we have in our 12th floor apartment in Staten Island, NY to grow our own food. Now is the time, April in the northern hemisphere, to get your garden ready for the season! Train up a child in the way he should go,… Continue reading Summer Gardening in the City
“And God said, “See, I have given you every herb that yields seed which is on the face of all the earth, and every tree whose fruit yields seed; to you it shall be for food. Also, to every beast of the earth, to every bird of the air, and to everything that creeps on… Continue reading Nourish Nugget: Chick Pea Acra