Mark Weinrich (Nevada, USA)
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[The body is] weak when it’s put into the ground, but it’s raised in power. - 1 Corinthians 15:43 (CEB)
I live and garden in the desert year-round. Among the things I grow are sugar snap peas. From the time I plant them, the peas will thrive for eight months and produce for more than five months. The plants climb on trellises to a height of more than eight feet....
No matter how small or wrinkled I feel, God can transform my life.
People who live in the desert
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