As we press on into this new year, sometimes picking up a good thread from the one behind us can be a gift. With that in mind, here is a curation of our much loved seasonal Cultivating Playlists from 2020. May you find new graces and new beauties here. As you listen either again, or for the first time, may you hear in them the deep underlying promises from our good God. Be of good cheer, friends! He holds us in His arms and all will be well. His mercies are new every morning and He sings every season into being.
Cultivating Christmas 2020 ~ Watching for Wonder
Cultivating Autumn 2020 ~ Gathering In
Cultivating Summer 2020 – Entering Fullness
Cultivating Spring 2020 ~ Receiving Life
Cultivating Winter 2020 ~ Welcoming Rest
The featured image titled “Oaks of Righteousness”, is courtesy of Lancia E. Smith and used with her glad permission for Cultivating and The Cultivating Project.
Lancia E. Smith is an author, photographer, business owner, and publisher. She is the founder and publisher of Cultivating Oaks Press, LLC, and the Executive Director of The Cultivating Project, the fellowship who create content for Cultivating Magazine. She has been honoured to serve in executive management, church leadership, school boards, and Art & Faith organizations over 35 years.
Now empty nesters, Lancia & her husband Peter make their home in the Black Forest of Colorado, keeping company with 200 Ponderosa Pine trees, a herd of mule deer, an ever expanding library, and two beautiful black cats. Lancia loves land reclamation, website and print design, beautiful typography, road trips, being read aloud to by Peter, and cherishes the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and George MacDonald. She lives with daily wonder of the mercies of the Triune God and constant gratitude for the beloved company of Cultivators.
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