LOAVES, FISHES, AND... CHERRY TOMATOES

When We first moved to a farm in Indiana in 1972, our family had to manage on very little. We had two mortgages because our house in another state had not yet sold. And my husband, Dwight, and I had used up our savings on his graduate school studies. In fact, we'd borrowed the downpayment for the farm from a family member.

I had always dreamed of living on a farm, and finding this small one was an answer to prayer. So despite limited funds at the moment, we put our trust in God. The wonderful old pre-Civil War house with a pond and creek and an old barn was close to some extended family, and, for many reasons, it was the perfect place to raise our three small children.

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