Month: December 2019

Heaven Bound Cowboy Church | Ocklawaha, FL

By Cristina Moore | December 24, 2019

Cowboy churches are gaining in popularity and one of the reasons is the non-denominational status they hold. It was stressed to me that the whole idea of establishing this church was to present the word of God and Jesus Christ and nothing else. From the number of crosses representing baptisms displayed on this barn wall, it looks like Pastor Bud Jenkins, along with Ernie Barry, is achieving his legacy.

Spirit of the Horse

By Barbara Godwin | December 24, 2019

December is always a lively month, made more so by events held to celebrate the holiday season and often to benefit various charitable organizations. One of these events was a live performance of Spirit of The Horse, a story of two orphan children whose wish for Christmas is a family of their own.

Kit Gray Illustration

By Cristina Moore | December 24, 2019

Interestingly, Kit discovered her illustrative talents fairly recently – in 2015, when she was gifted a large box set of colored pencils from her mom for the holidays.  Her systemic lupus had become life-threatening, and she was forced to stop the work she loved as a park ranger and educator in order to focus on the necessary work of stabilizing her health…drawing gave her an outlet and sense of direction.

Oh, Fudge…

By Cristina Moore | December 24, 2019

I can promise when followed, it’s an incredibly forgiving and versatile recipe I’ve been happy to share far and wide.