Coffeetime in Spring

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We had to spend quite a bit time in the barn on the little family farm that I called home during my childhood years. The cows had to be milked each morning and evening. That barn was already old and rickety when my dad bought the farm. In wintertime the wind would whistle through the cracks in those barn walls and chill us to the bone. My dad’s remedy for the problem was to nail cardboard over those cracks. That certainly didn’t make the barn cozy and warm, but it helped!

So begins the first of these engaging and delightful readings from Roger Ellsworth as he connects ordinary life with the spiritual truths of God’s Word. Enjoy finding out how the fading lines related to an unfading hope, what happened the day the farmer’s precious milk all spilled, and why the donuts were nowhere to be seen on the table—and benefit from ninety other life-changing reflections from the message of the Bible!


Roger Ellsworth is a retired pastor, active in ministry and writing, who lives in Jackson, Tennessee. He and his wife, Sylvia, love the message of the Bible, and they enjoy sharing the wonderful counsel of the Word of God in language that ordinary people can understand and appreciate. Roger has written numerous books on the Christian faith, and has exercised a preaching ministry for over fifty years. Roger and Sylvia have two sons, Tim and Martyn.