What No One Ever Told Me About the Foster System

They sleep in my car. Eleven months apart. One and two years old. Their breathing scares me. I wonder: will I get them to their placement alive? I have asked their worker if I could take them to the hospital but she says no. They are sick with the flu, RSV, and pneumonia. I tell them about Jesus even though I don’t know if they understand. I play calming hymns during the long ride to placement… Read More …

Farming Isn’t Dying. It’s Changing.

What worked well 15 years ago may be the wrong thing to do today. Regardless of how we may think that things should work, we have to operate in the environment we live in.

Business owners, including farmers, have a choice: they can continue doing what they have always done, and go out of business—or they can adapt to the changing market. Read More …