Tree Planting to Honor

our families and loved ones. I am planting trees (in photo) to honor my Mother, Ada P. Craddock, my sons, Jonathan and Christopher and his wife, Tammy.
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7 thoughts on “Tree Planting to Honor

  1. I planted a tree for Erick and his wife Heather and Jon and his wife Francine. What a wonderful time it was as we planted and prayed for each. When you planted your Mother’s Sara it came to me the scripture: Psalm 92:12-14 The righteous shall flourish like a palm tree, He (She) shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon. Those who are planted in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of our God. They shall still bear fruit in old age; They shall be fresh and flourishing. Yes Ada Craddock is still flourishing through her children and grandchildren. What a blessing she has bestow on each of you – a Godly life to reach out and touch others with.

  2. You are right Rena and I have been trying for hours to get the pictures up and they will not upload. I will continue to work on this until I accomplish our goal.

  3. How absolutely wonderful that you all had the opportunity were able to remember and honor your loved ones in the planting of the ‘green olive trees in the house of the Lord”. The legacy of a pious life, your mother Ada, will stand like a sentinel on the land dedicated to the Lord.

  4. What a wonderful day that must have been. Spending the day planting and praying. That’s awesome. I know it’s a beautiful place to visit after all the trees were planted with prayer. Sara looks like you are pretty good with that shovel.

  5. I, too, am grateful for the priviledge to have prayed for and planted trees for daughter, Elisabeth and two sons, Phillip and Christopher.

  6. I am so grateful to Wallace and Needles for their watering and tending of our trees today. It is extremely dry and we were not able to mulch them or make a little trench around them to hold water. Wallace did it for us and Tammy watered.

    CF has offered to help if they need watering again. How grateful we are to be a community of caring in the ongoing of reaching and stretching to keep a flame on our mission of “Trumpeting Faith, Giving Hope and Serving Others with Love.

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