An Independence Day Eve to Remember

An Independence Day Eve to Remember

As every patriot (young and old) remembers, and as Memorial Day reminds us: FREEDOM IS NOT FREE! So mark your calendars to celebrate that truth with us, and our collective gratefulness to be part of the most prosperous and generous nation in history. This Independence...
A Maundy Thursday Rainbow

A Maundy Thursday Rainbow

Rachel met with a friend about a month ago who encouraged her to pray for God’s protection, for His provision, and for His multiplication of worthy things — and to pray for those things in that order. Protection Provision Multiplication In a season of...
On the Road to Narnia

On the Road to Narnia

The slab for Narnia Guest House was poured TODAY, in God’s providence, as we endeavor to create another place of shalom that is inspired by the home of C.S. Lewis: a kind of magical place for reading, rest, renewal and re-kindled “theological...
Strutting like a Peacock

Strutting like a Peacock

We’re so glad that our neighbor has a peacock, and we’re so glad that her peacock likes to strut through the Homestead lawns! These creatures are a remarkable example of Magnalia Dei: the glory of God revealed in the things that He has made. Only males are actually...
About Daddy-Daughter Date Night

About Daddy-Daughter Date Night

We’re still in the afterglow of the first annual Daddy-Daughter Date Night here at the Homestead. It was a priceless celebration of the unique kind of Valentine love that exists between dads and daughters. Many have written about it. Some of it is funny....
Celebrating Love in Grand Style

Celebrating Love in Grand Style

The Feast of Saint Valentine at the Homestead was a grand celebration of “all love’s martyrdoms” for 16 couples in the context of a memorable, seven-course Rome-fashioned meal prepared by Josh White and his sous-chef crew. What a joy it’s been...
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