Roman’s 1:20 reads "For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities--his eternal power and divine nature--have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse."
Everything in nature points to a mighty Creator.
In our third episode I will be covering Heather.
Let's learn about the tenacity, strength and protection of our heavenly covering.
If you tuned in live today, I apologize. I accidentally had myself muted the entire episode. There's nothing quite like discovering you've talked to yourself for a half hour.
What can you do?
Well, I jumped right back in the studio and scheduled a new slot at 6 PM EST/ 5 PM CST, because I believe this message is for someone and worth hearing. If you couldn't make it to my second live attempt, the player is embedded below and you can listen anytime you feel like it.
See you next week at our usual time, 5 EST/ 4 CST.
No books to share this time.
Growing Tips for Heath and Heather
Medicinal Uses of Heather
How to grow Scotch Heather
Just for fun:
Usually I provide an edible treat in this section.
Heather can be used as a tea and in remedies, but it doesn't exactly make for an exciting dinner.
Here's a place you can purchase Heather tea.
Are you listening with little ones? If so here are a couple of coloring pages you can share with them.
Or invite them to draw their own picture of Heather and send me a picture of their creation. I'd love to post it here.
This is the last purple plant we'll be talking about on the show. Can your children think of others? What is their favorite purple plant?
If you feel really adventurous, you could but out the watercolors and let them paint their favorite purple plant. If you do this, please send me a scan of it. I'd love to see their creations and encourage the artists among us.