The mission of Homegrown Journal is to cheer on each of us to lead lives worthy of our calling. You are invited to come alongside as we aspire towards bravery, empathy, creativity. We hope Homegrown Journal will challenge and encourage you as we share stories of what we have learned about hope, courage, dreams, purpose.

As you read, consider telling us how a writer has inspired you to be brave or helped you overcome an obstacle. Ask us questions about our experiences. Tell us about someone in your life who has a story to be told.

Write us at editor@homegrownjournal.

Julie Johnson, editor in chief

Copyright © 2022 Jumajo Writing Company, LLC. No portion of “Homegrown Journal” may be used without permission of its editor in chief.

Inside Homegrown Journal

Adoption Africa Amy Tyndall Andrew McGowan Anxiety Army Author Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Bible Big Meats Big Rainbow Tomato Branson Breast Cancer Brenda Lei Casey Calling Cancer Carie Hinkle Christ Christian Christmas Convoy of Hope Counseling Design Dogs Dreams Eaglecrest Counseling Center Encourage Evangel University Faith Flora Bloom Market Foster Youth Gillioz Theatre God Grief Haiti Homeless Identity Jan Weiss Jesus Jim Flora John 3:16 Joshua Manning Julia Smith Julie Johnson Jumajo Writing Company Katrin Scott Kelly Flora Law Enforcement Leadership Lesotho Lord Love Mansfield Mark Applegate Marshfield Matthew Mental Health Miscarriage Missionary Missouri Missouri State University Mom Moms Nachtigal Nixa Noel Nonprofit Nurse OTC Ozark Ozarks Technical Community College Pastor Philip Herzog Play Prayer Praying Reading the Bible for beginners Reading the Bible where to start Republic Retired Teacher Ridgecrest Baptist Church Robin Rees SeniorAge Area Agency on Aging Shop Local Small Business Southwest Missouri Spain Springfield Stage 4 Colon Cancer Stockton Suicide Tara Hathcock Teacher Teresa Flora Traci Prater Ukulele Veterans Victory Mission + Ministry Waiting

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