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Interesting view of Florida, through the eyes of a Strawberry Girl - a Cracker family at the transition between open range cow herding and more farm based agriculture. The Boyers have moved down from the Carolinas to raise strawberries and other cash ...more
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“Christian friendships do not simply help us bask in the sunshine of God’s grace; they also help us to roll up our sleeves and strive after holiness.”
Timothy S. Lane, How People Change

“Everything God does and everything God calls us to only make sense from the perspective of eternity. If there is no end to the story, believers are a bunch of fools who need to be pitied. There is no reason for what we have tried to do. But there is a final chapter! God has opened it up so that we could look in and then look back to our lives with understanding and hope.”
Timothy S. Lane, How People Change

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