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The little country church of Judith Sutherland's childhood was modest in every way, but it was large in love and glory for all who gathered there.

Judith Sutherland feels blessed to live on her farm, in the country where she feels safe.

Of all the places you’d expect to see a fight between the hard face of ag economics and the warm heart of rural America, it wouldn't be the New York Times.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt talks about the inspiration behind her stories and reminds us to be considerate of others.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt comes from a long line of keepers and stayers. She expects that has something to do with the relationship she has with her own home.

Judith Sutherland's parents were always happy to welcome visitors onto their farmland, knowing there is great joy in sharing such a place.

Mark Grassman was the handsome guy with an infectious smile that drew people in. A week after celebrating his 36th birthday, he died of a heart attack.

Judith Sutherland remembers Elizabeth Pastor, a gifted pianist and long-time resident of Ashland County, Ohio, following her recent passing.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt believes libraries are truly the heart of our society, as she recalls past visits with her children and her most recent trip.

Local schools were scarce in frontier communities during the mid- to late-19th century, nor was there much in the way of celebrating the Christmas holiday.
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