Tuesday, November 19

Traveling Through Fall

    The last days of fall are about us as we travel to share in the churches who support us in the ministry with the college students.

Coming back from a church in Georgia, we stopped in a tiny little town that beckoned a walk in the delightful scenery.

Some late blooming bushes were laden with creamy flowers that laced the air with natural perfume.

The sun peeked through the golden leaves to make a lovely reflection in a pool.

The ground was carpeted with a stunning carpet 
I couldn't even bear to walk on.

The little church (built in 1893) was my favorite though,
 with its bell tower 
piercing the crisp blue autumn afternoon.

Now we are off to Indiana.

If you have any beautiful days of Autumn left
in your neighborhood,
enjoy them with relish.


  1. Sharon, I am so glad you commented at Deep Roots at Home. Nice to find your delightful blog and read of what you do! I will pray for your ministry and that the Lord will do great things in the lives of those you touch. Grace and peace!

    1. Thank you Jacqueline. I have been blessed by your blog these months.
      Thank you for praying for us.

  2. Oh, how beautiful this post is! I love the season of autumn!!!


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