The author writes about local farmers and their crops. He goes back to his high school days and focuses on a classmate and what it means to be a success. From work to play, from worship to summer vacations, they are mentioned in this collection of articles.
He also takes time to look at one of the most controversial texts in the Bible (Romans 9:13). This text,
Lyndon Stimeling began writing short articles in the late nineties. Since then his articles have appeared in newspapers, the Coming Home Journal, religious and church publications. He authored the book, The Lighthouse, a brief historical account of the South Juniata Baptist Church. He has also obtained copyrights on such poetry as The Flower, The Painted Leaves of Autumn, Unknown Souls, Can You Remember, and other notable works.
Lyndon is a self-employed logger and lives with his wife near Richfield, PA.