Cultivated Wildflowers Coreopsis

 I was not the only one enamored by the orangey-yellow of this patch of cultivated wildflowers growing in the flowerbeds that edge the streets of Fayetteville, Arkansas. The plants were being worked over by a band of bees for their bright pollen.II am pleased with the policy of the town of Fayetteville to use wildflowers... Continue Reading →

Cultivated Wildflowers Coreopsis

 I was not the only one enamored by the orangey-yellow of this patch of cultivated wildflowers growing in the flowerbeds that edge the streets of Fayetteville, Arkansas. The plants were being worked over by a band of bees for their bright pollen.II am pleased with the policy of the town of Fayetteville to use wildflowers... Continue Reading →

Visit to Center for Missions Mobilization

Learning about MissionsThis winter we took Brenna, Quinton, and Alton to visit the Center for World Missions Mobilization in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where Joe and Audra  (our son-in-law and daughter) are now serving as home missionaries. Joe uses his expertise in art and graphics for several mission groups that have their home offices in Fayetteville.Here Brenna... Continue Reading →

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