Faith and flexibility

Faith and flexibility

Faith and flexibility by Miranda Reiman May 11, 2020 My parents got married in 1980 and bought the farm in ’81. Yet, from all my growing-up years, I don’t have many memories of my dad in the tractor. Instead I see the dark green Peterbilt where he worked long hours to...
This too shall pass

This too shall pass

This too shall pass by Nicole Lane Erceg April 3, 2020 My favorite book in the Bible is Exodus. The first time I read it, I remember getting so frustrated with the Israelites. How could they be so close to the Promised Land and mess everything up?! It’s mind boggling...
Too much of a good thing?

Too much of a good thing?

Too much of a good thing? by Nicole Lane ErcegFebruary 14, 2020 The thought ran through my mind several hours into a long drive. The talk had worn thin, songs on the stereo now felt stale and both my husband and I were beyond ready to reach the final destination.No...
Betting on beef

Betting on beef

Betting on beef by Nicole Lane Erceg December 20, 2019 What does beef production look like in 2030? It’s a heavy question, one difficult to grasp with the uncertainty, but worth considering. If history is a lesson, we’ve learned a lot in the past 10 years that...