This verse always make me start singing a Ken Medema song.
What do you do with a seed that archaeologists dug up in the site of Herod’s winter palace? After 2000 years in a clay jar and four more decades in a drawer at Tel Aviv’s Bar-Ilan University, a botanical researcher decided to plant one in 2005 to see what would come up. This seed from… Read More
I used to have a tree that gave me fits. It was attractive, deep green, and nicely shaped with fragrant blossoms. Unfortunately, it had a bad habit. Whenever a strong wind blew, the tree leaned way over. Its problem? It had weak roots. That top-heavy tree taught me a lesson: Strong roots stabilize growth. If that’s… Read More