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In today's society, we can get so overwhelmed by the problems and evil in the world that we become recluses, focusing only on the spiritual, and abiding only among those of great faith. We can rationalize our seclusion with our intense spiriitual, or vertical, focus. At the same time, we can engage so intensely in fighting against these problems and evil in the world that we forget to keep God in the picture, or our message of hope that goes with us. We can rationalize our shallow spiritual life with our engagement in serving mankind: Our horizontal focus.
Reverend Samuel Rodruiguez passionately delivers a message that helps us pinpoint our focus at the intersection of the Cross: Vertical and Horizontal. I think you'll be inspired and challenged by this message, and moved toward introspection about your approach to the Christian life in today's world! Hope you can join us. Be blessed.
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Vertical Vegetables and A Garden to Dye For!
Mike The Gardener Show!
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In this week's episode, Mike talks with Chris McLaughlin author of the book Vertical Vegetable Gardening and A Garden to Dye For.
In the first segment Mike & Chris talk about how you can save money, time and space using vertical gardening techniques. In the second segment Chris gives an in depth discussion on growing plants in your own yard that you can use as natural dyes for your spinning projects, Easter eggs and much more.
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The Winston County Farmers’ Market will open for business on Thursday July 10, 4- 6pm at the Louisville Coliseum, 201 Ivy Ave. Louisville, MS. The farmers market allows our community to have access to purchase a variety of locally grown fresh vegetable and fruits, value added products, crafts, arts, bake goods, and resources for healthy living. This is your opportunity to support local farmers and help create income for Winston County’s Tax Coffers by purchasing fruits and vegetables from your neighbors. We are on the threshold of creating an atmosphere where friends can cruise vendors and catch up on pass events and develop new lifelong friendships. Gather up your family, friends, church members, co-workers and others to journey over to Winston County Farmers’ Market on Thursday July 10, 4-6pm and making a difference in Louisville, MS. In 2013 the market hosted a record number of vendors and customers reflecting a trend that highlights fresh local food being brought from the farm them to the table bringing an increase in community earning and community involvement. Winston County Farmers’ Market is sponsored by the Coalition for A Healthy Winston County and we need your support in making 2014 a successful year. For more information contact Jean Harper 662-312-8004 or Janice Hopkins 662-705- 2019.
Thanks to decades of clever mass marketing campaigns, the average person has become completely disconnected with how our food is grown and also what real food should look like. With the agro-chemical companies chiming away that “there is going to be a food shortage if we don't produce more food and decrease the world population in order for everyone to survive,” the reality is most people do not have a clue as to how their food is produced, where it is grown or how it is grown. Processed foods, initially created with the intention to save time, are simply not a healthy choice. Some of these processed, ready to “heat and serve” products made with “real chicken” are breaded, seasoned and disguised in all sorts of geometrical shapes so that children will be encouraged to eat them. Meanwhile, the average child who primarily consumes this type of food has no idea what a chicken looks like, sounds like or the fact that chickens are smart, loving beings. It takes a true organic farmer to really get the point across about the benefits of growing organics and eating organics. Joel Salatin is an organic farmer from Virginia who talks about the problems he sees not only as an organic farmer but as a consumer of organic foods. In hisbest-selling book, Folks, This Aint Normal: A Farmers Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World he takes us into his world as he talks about how our food is produced and why we ought to take a closer look at where and how our food is produced. Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest Joel Salatin!
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