This week in Peter’s garden is a reminder of our tendency to fear—and our need to trust God.
Free hug? Alexander is sure to give you one because for him, it’s a conduit of God’s love.
Sometimes within the weeds of life is hidden fruit. Oddly enough, Jesus tells us not to harshly rush to yank out the invading enemy, but to examine it first.
At 8,500 feet up there was no breeze, no sound at all. It was a stillness and quiet I had never quite experienced before.
A peek into Peter Knatt’s spirituality of the garden.
Looking at the generally simple life of animals can bring us humans down to earth.
Armed love is a fighting love that embraces the struggle, sacrifice, and self-donation that Christian discipleship demands.
Nature often becomes a metaphor for our lives of faith. In this post, it’s in the cuttings of a bonsai tree.