“The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few.”

The line in today’s reading The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few.” is found twice in the bible (Luke 10:2 and Matthew 9:37) and I have heard it many, many times in my life. Today it made me think of our work at Grace and how we have had some wonderful volunteers, many of them under the age of 16!  It has been wonderful working on this new venture with people who are so happy to help.  I just wanted to share with everyone some pictures of the work that has been done and the smiling faces doing it.  Enjoy! michelle heart signature 2

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3 Comments

  1. Good afternoon – could someone direct me to A homeschooling book exchange website or bulletin board? I am looking for the history text “Light to the Nations” part 1

    Thank you!

    God bless,

    Kris

    Kristina Terry Restoration Farm

    The future will be different if we make the present different – Peter Maurin

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  2. mariesig@aol.com

    Thank you, Michelle — very encouraging, indeed!

    JMJ, Armelle

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