Word Sharpener News: I got home from Tennessee on Thursday. We met with four builders and one architect, so things are coming along. Next week, I’ll let you in on the news of my soon-to-be released novella, Resurrection of Hope. As promised, here are some pictures of the land.
This is the view from the street. We call the land Serenity Farm.
This is Mount Gilead, the highest point on the property, where we are going to build our home. You can’t see the view because of the trees we’ll thin out, but in the winter, when the leaves have fallen, you can see the Smokey Mountains from this spot.
This is the drive, Krafty Way, on the way down from Mount Gilead.
This is the valley we’ve dubbed The Valley of Elah. If you go to the top of the hill in the second picture, you’ll get to Mount Gilead.
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I’m also giving away a paperback copy of Soldier’s Heart on this post. But hurry. Today is the last day.
Picture of the Week: On the way to Tennessee, we stopped at a KFC in Kentucky.
Quote of the Week: I am a Christian. — martyred college students in Oregon
Verse of the Week: Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing. James 1:2-4 (ESV)