Category Archives: Mission Community Church

Spring Miracles

There is something quite remarkable about spring.  It’s a time of new life, new hope, and a promise of things to come.  How appropriate that Passover and Easter are in spring. Each seed that is planted is nourished by the … Continue reading

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Partial Success

I spent the better part of Friday evening and Saturday morning harvesting.  Leeks and onions were first.  The leeks turned out okay.  The usable portion was small because I had not blanched the stocks, but… next year.  The onions were … Continue reading

Posted in beans, chard, Mission Community Church, spring garden, trellis | 6 Comments

The Crazy Continues… As Do the Sprouts!

Wow, busy week and more to come!  Tonight I get to talk to a bunch of kids and parents about the different ways that we do justice at Mission.  I love to see families embracing the vision for our church … Continue reading

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Success!

Sticky pads are my friends. I put out four of the “mice” sized ones Friday night.  About 12:30, B and I awoke to a noise but we both went back to sleep.  At 1:20 the sick chicken started making a … Continue reading

Posted in mice, Mission Community Church, soil blocks, Starting Seeds | 14 Comments

Update and a Week of Crazy Ahead

Got three more beds built, but not the wall units this weekend.  That increases my garden area by 128 square feet.  The wall units are going to have to wait for now.  I have an unforeseen complication.  When I went … Continue reading

Posted in dirt, intensive gardening, Mission Community Church, square foot gardening, Starting Seeds | 4 Comments