Dog Farm examines the dilemma of radical terrorism through a dog's perspective. It observes the reaction, over-reaction, and politically correct under-reaction of western society in the face of a resurgent threat.
How far will you trust? How far should you trust? Where is the line drawn between goodwill and self-preservation? For the Christian, it goes a step further. Which is the greatest responsibility; sharing the gospel of Christ, or protecting one’s family? Dog Farm explores the choices made by a young Border collie in an attempt to find a balance in a dangerous world.
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About the Author
Hello everyone, a little about me... My primary occupation has been that of ultrasound technologist for about 27 years. Since 2006, I've owned and operated a mobile ultrasound scanning service to physician offices. Along the way, I've had a lot of side interests. I've tried my hand at taxidermy, painting, tile installation, song writing or whatever it takes to pay the bills. Currently, I have a farm on 39 acres of rolling hills in the coal country of Northwest Alabama. My wife of 30 years and I take care of a few goats, dogs and cats. We had to replace taking care of children, since our least of three boys recently moved to college. I'm also a worship and music leader at a local church. I enjoy honey from the hives that I keep. Gonna try to make syrup next spring from sweet gum trees, they're here by the thousands (we'll see). Between all that I try to write a little. Hope you enjoy.