Be sure and check out all the apple recipes in MattieGrace. Also, a story written by Joni Peterson about her son Shane. A story by Denise Gray reminding us that there is a place for the broken things in life. Also, an article about Hospitality and War Eagle Mill. Download the pdf file by clicking here...Download MattieGrace_Autumn_2013
Summer is here and so is the new MattieGrace! Read an article by Julie Vickers about the Master Gardener. Sherry Jones writes about her summer memories and I tell about a recent visit to my home town. Kaylene and Tim Shephard's Ozark home is featured. The Pinkerton wedding photos are bright and fun. Feel free to share with your friends and family. Just click above where it says "Download MattieGrace Summer2013." Enjoy!
In “Love Works,” author and CEO Joel Manby shares what he has learned in the workplace about making a company successful—by encouraging and caring for the employees. I designed this poster for Zondervan to promote Joel’s book at the Atlanta airport. I recently had the pleasure to meet Joel and he is truly one of the nicest leaders I have ever met. Read the book...it's great!
Well, the spring edition of MattieGrace is a few days lagging but Spring seems to be holding back also! Read as Char Lessin tells about her childhood in a Minnesota farm community. Also, view photographs from tours of The Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis and The Philbrook Villa in Tulsa. And, some new recipes! Enjoy and share with friends and family!
Direction & Time. These are two forces of creation that can not be seen or felt but definitely came into existence when the earth took shape. Direction can be measured by the stars and the polar caps. Time can be measured by the movement of the planets and changing of seasons. Are we not glad that God made gravity, space, and time along with the trees, animals, and sky? I have always had a clock and a map in my head. They help me stay on task and make the best use of my day. A map can keep me from wasting time—if I will follow it. I pray each morning that the Lord will guide each step I take. Two of my most treasured items are my father’s compass that he carried in World War II and his wrist watch. Just as my earthly father’s instruments direct me, my heavenly Father will illuminate my days.
The path of the righteous is like the first gleam of dawn, shining even brighter till the full light of day. Proverbs 4:18