Thursday, October 25, 2007

Family Film Night

This Lovett family hosted a Family Film Night in their basement last Friday. The films previewed were Inherit the Land and Still Standing. Mr. Ken Carpenter, CEO of Franklin Springs Family Media(FSFM) and director of the aforementioned films, attended and blessed us with a commentary before each of his videos.

Founded by award-winning producer/director Ken Carpenter, a home-schooling father of eight children, Franklin Springs Family Media is committed to being your trusted source for quality family media."

Still Standing: The Stonewall Jackson StoryThis is a moving film about the life of Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson and his devout Christian character. Jackson was a man of great integrity and a worthy hero and role model.

Go watch the trailer and place your orders!
Still Standing: The Stonewall Jackson Story

"This new DVD will cast a vision for your family by providing an introductory look at the blessings found when families work in an agrarian lifestyle."
Inherit the Land: Adventures in the Agrarian Journey


Out of the mouths of babes...

Over past years our family has been challenged with questions such as...

What is true biblical worship?
What is communion and who should partake?
What is baptism and who should partake?
Who is included in the Covenant? Why?
What is a church?
What should a church look like?

The saga continues as we study God's Word and seek the His mind.

We found this article intriguing:

Conversations With Nathan by David Chilton



Talent Night

Mr. Draper serenades us with Psalm 100Spectators



Hitch up the mule and head out west to the land of the chirt and the fun...

Her Cuteness


Apples and Punkins

Our grandparents took us to Elijay to get apples. We had a good time as a family.


"I am not random...I just have many rapid thoughts"

Wednesday, October 24, 2007


Here are some pictures from the Iveys Chapel Homecoming in Sprott, Alabama:


(Gateway Inn: "Do Not Blo"?)

Uncles, aunts, and Grandma

First Cousins


Tuesday, October 09, 2007

A Lord's Day Afternoon

How We Spent Our Saturday

Playing volleyball...

What big brothers are for....

Beautiful music...

Good conversations...

Drawing instructions...

Ahhh, how relaxing!

Happy Birthday, Dad!

We celebrated Dad's birthday, and our dear friends from Allelon Farm were here to enjoy the festivities with us.

We love you, Dad!

Happy Birthday & A Blessed Retirement, Pam!

Last Saturday, we celebrated a very special day. It was my sister-in-laws' birthday and her retirement as well. We celebrated the day with a delicious meal and a scrumptious chocolate cake , and fellowship with family. It was perfect weather to enjoy Cliff & Holley's beautiful back yard and pool. We are thanking the Lord for blessing our family in so many ways! We especially praise Him for the healing He is working in Pam and for the love that we all share with each other.

Cliff's wife, Holley, educator-extraordinaire!
Thanks, Holley, for all your hard work!

Opening her gifts!
The gift that was too big to wrap!
Isn't it a beauty?

Two peas in a pod.

My handsome nephew, Marvin, and his lovely and very talented wife, Ursula!

My other handsome nephew, Cliff!

We love you, Pam & Barry!