Mark Your Calendar

Our Backyard

It is raining as I write this post.  I love it when it rains – the air smells cleaner and it’s usually cooler (something always appreciated in Florida).  It often rains in the Spring in order to water the seeds that have fallen to the ground from the blossoming trees!  Jesus often used nature to hone in on important Truths to His listening disciples.  Watering is necessary to insure new growth in all plant life.  So, too, it is necessary for us to receive fresh water in our relationship in order to promote growth in health and godliness.

What does watering look like in the marriage relationship?  I would suggest it’s taking time to notice growth in each other – evidences of God’s grace.  It’s also making time to be together – purposing to strengthen your relationship, not just “going out on a date”.  Sure, we can go out and have a great time together, but unless we’re purposing to talk and relate to each other as husband and wife, we’re missing out on great opportunities together.

So, as you peruse our list of what’s happening around town – remember to make the most of your time together.  This will result in great fruitfulness in the years to come.

Watering the vine produces deeper roots, which produces sweeter and more mature fruit.


  • Winter Park Playhouse presents Golf, The Musical on Friday, Saturday and Sunday – times and prices vary.
  • Downtown Orlando – SAK Comedy Lab at CityArts Factory presents Hillarity for Charity on Wednesday, April 21st from 6p – 8:30p.  Cost is $25.
  • Orlando Greek Fest – Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church presents authentic Greek cuisine and entertainment.  Friday, April 23rd – Sunday, April 25th.  Cost is $3.
  • Lake Eola Park – Earth Day Celebration – Saturday, April 24th from 10a – 6p.  FREE.
  • Lake Eola Park – Orlando Turkish Festival – Sunday, April 25th from 12p – 7p
  • College Park – Taste of College Park 2010 will be Thursday, April 22nd at the Dubsdread Golf Club from 6p – 9:30p.  Cost is $50 in advance and $55 at the door.





About Debi Walter

Face it, marriage is hard work. But when cultivated daily the fruit produced will satisfy for a lifetime. We're here to help with ideas and encouragement along the way. Having been married 40 years and counting, we share what we've learned with practical tips, Biblical Truths, Date night ideas to help you plow your own vineyard for God's glory.
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