When the Harvest Seems Far Away over at “Faith on Every Corner”


My grandparents were farmers. We would visit them in the summer, and would enjoy the tasty peaches and fresh corn. They were well-known in the area, and would sell their fruits and vegetables at the farmer’s market and a small roadside stand. What was left would be canned to enjoy in the winter. They didn’t have a lot, but they made the most of what they had. 

Please read the rest of this piece over at Faith on Every Corner. You can find it on page 56 of the issue here.

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