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And now approve yourselves the children of God, in your actions,
for by your fruits you shall be judged.
God is holy, and His children bear His image.
Oh! redeem your time; prize your souls, and mind that which is eternal.

- James Nayler
"A Discovery of the Wisdom" 1653
Quaker Anne's Children's Stories
Please read the following - stories are linked below.

Writing children's stories and offering them to the public to enjoy via the Internet, rather than having them published into a book, is part of my creation based Christian ministry. Glorifying God through the wonders of creation that I see so commonly displayed in farm life is a wonderful way to praise the greatness of our Creator and present a witness to His power and glory. These stories give our whole family an opportunity to express respect and gratitude for the gift of life God gives to all living things.

This project began as a series of letters to my grandchildren. I wanted them to be able to frequently enjoy the experiences of "Grandpa & Nana's farm" despite the great distances between us; so many of my little lambs live several states away. But it wasn't long before I was led to greatly broaden the availability of this information to a much wider audience that could include all children everywhere. Thus, this site.

While the text of each story was written by me, most members of my family participated in the project in one important way or another. All of the stories were inspired by actual events that have taken place on our farm and all of the photography was taken here. The animals you will meet within these pages really do exist and live right here.

Due to timing and the nature of some of the more complicated photography used for illustrations, these stories took several years to compile and God willing, there will be more to come - several are being edited right now! Our stories are copyrighted and most of our graphics are watermarked with our farm domain name in the hope of preserving them from theft. It is a bit distracting when viewing the images, and we apologize for that. Whether it actually protects them or not, that, as in all matters, we "let go, let God."

We would like to thank the many families who shared in the editing process of critiquing the material and sifting out my ever present typos - patient souls like Angela, Erika, Heidi, Becky, Kathy, Les, Shannon (and all their children & spouses) - to name just a few - who offered such kind voluntary help to me. Their input was such a blessing! If thee, thoughtful reader, finds errors we have missed please let us know.

We want to share with others the miracles and joys that we often experience in our life, especially with those who may never get a chance to visit a real farm. As parents of home schooled children (now grown), Bill and I personally know how important wholesome educational resources are and we are grateful for the opportunity to offer ours here.

We well know how dark and perilous the Internet can be, but, herein we offer to proclaim our Christian faith through the stories about our life on the farm as one more lamp shining to illuminate Christian truths and the love and goodness of Christ.

I encourage thee to share time with thy children reading these stories. The subject matter will certainly inspire thoughtful conversation. All of them were written with pre-school through 2nd graders in mind but would surely appeal to the child in the hearts of persons of any age.

We invite thee also to share this resource with others and would raise this challenge to all of our Christian brothers and sisters: Proclaim thy faith! Use the Internet to offer up your own inspirational stories because you have them, we all do. Each of us needs to use the power of the Internet for the cause of good and share our love for Christ. There is no better way to take advantage of the information highway than to bring glory to God.

If you are on a spiritual journey yourself and searching for answers, remember these words of George Fox, founder of the Quakers: "There is one, even Christ Jesus, that can speak to thy condition." Take your concerns to God in prayer. Repent of your sins and with faith accept Christ's sacrifice for salvation and He will speak to thy condition. Then you too will know the comfort Paul spoke of in Philippians 4:7 - "And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus."

In Service to Christ;

Quaker Anne
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Amazing Grace - Quaker Anne & friends

Amazing Grace recorded live. In 2009, Peace Minister Quaker Anne was one of many volunteers who performed for a special community theater benefit that successfully raised money for a local children's educational project in northern Michigan. The children's project was a great encouragement to the community during Michigan's difficult economic times.

Amazing Grace was specially selected, adapted and arranged by Quaker Anne as an Ecumenical outreach to share the message that as Christians we are all, regardless of our diversity, connected by Gods Amazing Grace through Jesus Christ.

In our thoughts and deeds, may we hold the whole world in the Christ like spirit of peace with the realization of the Lords Prayer ..."Thy Kingdom come, will be done on earth as it is in heaven"... alive and active in our hearts towards our fellow man world wide.

Quaker Anne would especially like to thank her family for their support and encouragement; her talented husband William for his musical accompaniment, her son John, (standing behind her left shoulder), for being one of the vocalists, and her daughter Hannah for being there.

Children's Stories
How Bees Make Honey * A Chicken is Born * A Haircut for Sheep

A Baby Horse is Born * A Baby Goat is Born * Lassie Saves a Lamb

Making Maple Syrup * Making Sugar Snow Candy

See a Baby Bunny Grow (from 1 day old to 6 weeks) * Feeding an Orphaned Lamb

Earth Day at Quaker Farm
very educational for children of all ages!

Earth Day at Quaker Farm was created to share the importance of sustainable living choices as they relate to climate change. Our earth is precious, we only have one and we need to take good care of it. We hope our Earth Day video inspires you to cherish the planet we share. Please pass it on, we hope it can be of use to others, especially perhaps elementary school teachers.

Fun Farm Videos

Comming Soon...

Baby Chicks Arrive in the Mail!

Barnabas Bunny's Big Adventure *

"The Lord bless thee and keep thee...."
- Numbers 6:24