I think learning and practicing the Immanuel Approach is super helpful for people who want to heal their childhood wounds and deepen their relationship with Jesus. Living in intentional community brings up a lot of stuff that may have previously been hidden. Having healthy, authentic relationship in community means being able to help others heal as well. That is why I love the Immanuel Approach, which I have been practicing for about 3 years now. Here are some great classes taught by my friend Jessie Handy, who I was blessed to connect with when I visited Reba Place Fellowship.
I thought this article was helpful in showing people how they can find organizing solutions by taking a fresh look at their environment. http://ezinearticles.com/?What-Does-a-Gorilla-Have-to-Do-With-Organizing?&id=1304254
Having these herbs at your finger tips simplifies life immensely!
Orange peels are bad for compost. They are also bad for the landfill. But I learned how to make orange essential oil from this link.
With 40 years of gardening experience under my belt, but not an expert by any means–I found these tips helpful.
Using urine for fertilizer is a simple way to nurture your garden.