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Good fruit starts with good roots. ~Kathy Carlton Willis

Roots Go Deep

Roots lead to spiritual growth. Growth leads to godly outcomes—fruit.

Sometimes we will endure harsh conditions, but we will enjoy the fruit of our labor.

A Desired Fruit

The Bible shows us how to be rooted for the best outcome.

Be a good SEED Share a good DEED. ~Kathy Carlton Willis

The Seed Makes the Plant

Get out the yucky seeds and shine like a Jack-o-lantern.

A time to plant - Every Season has a reason! ~Kathy Carlton Willis

The Time Is Right

If this is the season to plant in life, what are we planting?

When you seek stability, trust the gardener to plant you well. ~Kathy Carlton Willis

How Deep Are Your Roots?

The godly are planted to thrive and bear fruit.

Just as the beauty of creation reveals God’s glory, walking in wisdom also proclaims His praise.

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A Fine Time to Shine!

Look back at God’s wonderful works in 2018 and look ahead toward what God might have for 2019.

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Painful Disobedience or Delightful Obedience?

How God must delight when we don’t question Him, but simply trust that Father knows best.

With the environment at the center of so many people’s agendas these days, and with many in our society connecting in with this, Christians need to...

Scott Ross lends a spiritual shoulder to those who have lost a pet. "The Scripture is pretty clear..."

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