Fields of Grace: Sharing Faith from the Horse Farm
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Fields of Grace: Sharing Faith from the Horse Farm  -     By: Cara Whitney

Fields of Grace: Sharing Faith from the Horse Farm

Thomas Nelson Gift Books / 2021 / Hardcover

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Find hope and purpose on a horse farm in Nebraska! Passing along 40 down-to-earth lessons from her animals, Whitney explains how caring for calves teaches you to let go, why a carriage-pulling pack horse motivates us to be our best selves, what a floppy-eared dog can tell you about loving your neighbor, and more. 224 pages, hardcover from Nelson.

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Title: Fields of Grace: Sharing Faith from the Horse Farm
By: Cara Whitney
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson Gift Books
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 9.030 X 6.600 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 7 ounces
ISBN: 1400220092
ISBN-13: 9781400220090
Stock No: WW0220090

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From her horse farm in Nebraska, Cara Whitney--wife of Dan Whitney (aka "Larry the Cable Guy")--shares down-to-earth stories about how ordinary people can share their faith in extraordinary ways.

In the midst of uncertain and sometimes frightening times, sharing God's love with others gives us hope and purpose. With her humorous and often touching stories--many featuring horses, cows, and rascally dogs--Cara Whitney delightfully reminds us that it's always a good time to share the love of Jesus with your neighbor.

In Fields of Grace, Cara passes on lessons from her amazing animal teachers, such as . . .

  • What a barnyard horse brawl shows us about how God uses us in our weaknesses
  • How caring for baby calves teaches us the value of letting go
  • Why a carriage-pulling pack horse motivates us to be our best selves
  • How a dance class inspires us to embrace our identity in Christ
  • What a floppy-eared dog tells us about loving our neighbor

With Scripture verses, beautiful photography from the American heartland, and a ribbon marker for finding your place, Fields of Grace is a gorgeous gift for: 

  • Readers of Cara's previous book, Unbridled Faith
  • Fans of Larry the Cable Guy
  • Anyone fascinated by the "simpler life" of farming in rural America
  • Animal lovers and photography lovers
  • Spiritual seekers interested in a gentle approach to learning more about God

These charming yet powerful stories encourage us to care for others as we grow in our own spiritual journeys. No matter what times we live in, the love of Christ can transform lives--and help each of us to draw closer to Him.

Author Bio

Cara Whitney grew up on a cattle farm in Northern Wisconsin. After spending a decade as a radio personality in markets that included Las Vegas, she found herself in search of that simpler life everyone talks about. She soon discovered that there is no such thing as a simple life, but instead your best lived life is one that includes a relationship with Jesus Christ. She is the author of Fields of Grace and the ECPA bestselling book Unbridled Faith and has appeared on Fox and Friends and RFD-TV, among others. Cara lives with her husband Dan ("Larry the Cable Guy") and two kids on a horse farm in Nebraska.

Michael Ross is a lover of history and great stories. He’s a retired software engineer turned author, with three children, and four grandchildren, living in Newton, Kansas with his wife of 38 years. Michael graduated from Rice University and Portland State University. He was born in Lubbock, Texas, and still loves Texas. He’s written short stories and technical articles in the past. "Across the Great Divide: Clouds of War" is his first novel.

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