Times have changed. America has been rural for years, but now is largely urban. In spite of this shifting, it is still surprising to discover how many people relate to their "grandparents farm." "I remember the farm" is usually stated with a sound of fondness. It is from that background of memories that the author has written this book on values. You can't avoid embracing some system of values. Even if you declare, "I choose to reject all values," you choose a value of your own freedom to reject. It is unavoidable. From the Garden of Eden and a tree of choice, to the Hill of Golgotha and the Old Rugged Tree (Cross), to the complexities of today, the values you choose mark your path of life. I believe the values lived by our fathers and mothers, many of them learned from the farm and the church, passed down to following generations, made America strong and a wonderful place to live. I encourage you to read this book and to ask the Lord for wisdom to apply these enduring truths for practical living in our age. They will guide our paths and help make us strong again. Farmstrong.