Ginny lives on a remote farm deep in the mountains of Virginia where she, her husband and two grown sons spend their days chasing cattle, sheep, and chickens and repairing fences. She is a semi-retired teacher who, when she’s not pursuing animals, spends her time pursuing her writing career and leading worship at the little white church on the hill beyond her house.
Ginny played “Miss Spring” in her third grade play. Although she doesn’t remember what she said, she does remember the beautiful green dress that made her feel like a princess. This was one of the experiences that led to her love affair with written and spoken word. Her first dramas were written for and performed by the teen praise and worship group, “New Direction.” She and the New D’s (say it fast and you’ll have an unexpected visual experience) travelled for six years sharing the Twisted Parables and songs about God’s unfailing love with anyone who would listen.
To learn more about Ginny’s life, you can follow her on her blog: The Singing Farmwife
The Boxies are here with a 4-week series for Advent. Using these simple, yet effective skits, you can help children understand the significance of the Advent season.
When Boxsue challenges Boxbob’s claim to be the world’s greatest superhero, he proves it with a peanut butter sandwich. He helps Boxsue see how they can be a part of God’s commandment to love others.
Boxbob is afraid to go to school because he has already been bullied about his strange shape. Together they discover that the help he needs is right inside her heart.
When three Martians crash after a brush with a shooting star, they land on Earth, at Christmas, right in the middle of a church Nativity Play and think that what they are seeing is actually taking place.
When his brother leaves, the Perfect Son becomes self-righteously sure that he is the only one who deserves his Father’s love. The Prodigal’s return reveals the Perfect Son’s imperfect heart.
Buddy has everything he could ever want…except for joy. So he sets out to find how others have joy despite their lack of material possessions.
Two passengers on a plane discuss trust and why it’s important to know your pilot.
A little lamb keeps getting distracted and won’t listen to the Shepherd. But when she gets lost, the Shepherd is right there to rescue her from danger.
Two lambs are ready to graduate and leave the flock. One is too anxious and the other is too excited. What happens next reminds them that they have a Shepherd for a reason.
Becoming a mother involves so much more than meets the eye, so it’s important to know where we should look for help.
Two groups of sheep try to please the Shepherd, but only one group truly understands what the Shepherd requires of them.
Simon Peter and Judas Iscariot were both disciples of Jesus. Both were flawed, both betrayed Jesus. But, one went on to build the church, the other died alone by his own hand. What was the difference? It all came down to one choice.
A fig tree decides to try and be something he’s not, but things don’t go the way he plans.
The innkeeper’s wife is excited to discover that God may be making a visit to Earth. But she gets so caught up in preparing for Him that she almost misses the event.