Author Archives: Wilderness Whispers

#fridayfootprints – Friday 12th July 2019

Every part of being a gardener is focused on our training to be ‘Samaritans’. Gardening is about caring for plants and the environment and all that this entails. Every element of the work involved provides gardeners with the lessons required … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 5th July 2019

A drab green plant and an uninspiring spike; ‘do not be deceived …’ and ‘… sow to please the Spirit …’ (Gal 6:7,8) Look what happens! When the Master Gardener is at work, suddenly the deceptive spike bursts forth and … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 28th June 2019

Gardening with God often finds me on my knees in the garden, sometimes on my haunches and occasionally just walking around, yet my perspective of God is always within the boundaries of the things I see around me. Whilst I … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 21st June 2019

In a Wilderness winter garden as we reach the solstice, we raise our arms in celebration of the countdown to spring. Though the flowering plants are few and far between, here and there blossoms brave the dark side of the … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 14th June 2019

If there is one group of people that really grasp the concept of the Trinity, it should be gardeners! Evidence of a Triunal presence abounds in our cultivated (and natural) habitats. Just one glimpse of a flower and the ‘three … Continue reading

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A place in the Wilderness

  There is a place inside each and every one of us that dreams and aspires to a deeper connection with the world around us both in the physical and spiritual realms.   WILDERNESS WHISPERS is that place, where through … Continue reading

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