Sarah graduated from Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas, Texas and is an ordained minister as well as a wife, Mother, and Grandmother. She authored and taught the Biblical Nutrition Class at C.F.N.I. from 1986 until 1991. During that time she was a frequent quest on Trinity Broadcasting Network on the program “Calling Dr. Whitaker”. She hosted a radio program “MILK and HONEY”, and was a popular speaker through out the Southwest.

After moving to rural Minnesota, she co pastored a Full Gospel, non-denominational church for six years with her husband, Bob.В  Presently, she works full time at Milk and Honey Farm. She also assists Bob on the web sites by writing text and taking pictures. Sarah enjoys speaking for seminars, conferences and home school support groups, and well as various church groups. (when she has time to schedule it in between the garden and the farm activities)

Her favorite song is AMAZING GRACE, by John Milton Newton. He is in Sarah’s family tree and has a REAL COLORFUL history. John Newton was a rum runner and traded in the slave traffic before meeting Jesus Christ as his savior. He received forgiveness and a NEW LIFE and spent years as a circuit riding preacher. His song AMAZING GRACE is sung in chapels, churches, and in bar rooms. God’s grace is truly amazing. John Newton knew that, and so does Sarah!

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  1. Shelley Gholson - December 13, 2014

    I found your website when looking for info on LGD We have been raising backyard chickens for a few years. This past summer, my husband retired from the army and we bought a home on 5 acres. We have 9 chickens and 3 goats. We have a 5 month old pyrenees puppy. My husband wanted an LGD to protect the chickens, goats, property…She is very very loving and bonded with us for sure. She is happy and over the top active! We cannot leave her with the goats unattended because she wears them out and terrorizes them. We also cannot trust her with poultry. She goes with me everyday to take care of them, and is fine when we are with her… She just killed 2 (maybe 3 if the other one doesn’t make it) chickens today. I’m wondering if you have any advice or if you have had similar experiences?

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