What do barn cats, manure in a field, a pygmy goat, a lonely horse, a muddy pond, and pruning have in common? They offer lessons of grace from the life of Cheryl Bostrom, columnist for the Women of Faith Web site (which gets more than 1 million page views a month). The View from Goose Ridge offers a refreshing look at the changing seasons in a woman's life-and a wise perspective on living a life of faith with grace and gentleness. Original observations and often unexpected applications to God's Word have made this column a word-of-mouth favorite. Women across the country are discovering the humor, hope, courage, and faith that can be found at Goose Ridge-and enjoyed by urban and rural women alike. Now readers everywhere can own a collection of the best of Cheryl's devotionals in The View from Goose Ridge. It's a fresh perspective for women of faith who need to be reminded of organic spirituality and God's down-to-earth ways with us as believers.
|Publication Date||April 1, 2001|