By Alleah Heise on November 7, 2018
Bill has just outlined three leading theories of leadership in our society today. Though none was developed in the agricultural context, each contains valuable insights for us. Most important, in my...
By Bill Long on October 18, 2018
When the Patriarch Joseph was thrown into prison in Egypt, he must have wondered if things could get much worse. He had already suffered the indignities of fraternal rejection and being sold for the...
By Davon Cook on August 27, 2018
I spent ten years helping manage a cotton gin—a “factory of spinning knives” as my husband lovingly (and sometimes worriedly) called it. I wasn’t just in the office but also working with the...
August 23, 2018
By Jeanne Bernick, Kcoe Isom Ask any consumer at the grocery store today what the average American farmer looks like, and the typical answer is: “A white male in his 50s.” While it’s true the...
By Bill Long on August 20, 2018
“The Voice is the voice of Jacob, but the hands are the hands of Esau,” Gen 27:22 As I rediscover some of the powerful family stories in the Book of Genesis, I was recently drawn to the blatant act...
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