We don’t need fathers! …Or, do we?

By Zeke Pipher on May 25, 2016

My son is connected to my wife through strong, natural bonds. Her body kept his alive for two years. For his first nine months, her voice was the soundtrack of his universe, and it will always be a melody of…

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When Eggs Are More Than Just Eggs

By Zeke Pipher on March 2, 2013

If I want to write a Haiku about two chicken eggs, I will. It’s been a discouraging month; few things have worked as they should these past several weeks. I was nearing the end of my rope this afternoon when…

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"Thanks, Farmers!" – From Sportsmen

By Zeke Pipher on January 7, 2013

I think many sportsmen are farmers at heart. They’ve simply missed their calling. Think about it: farmers love being outside, alone with their thoughts. They live for overcoming weather, equipment, and wildlife. And they find a great satisfaction in providing…

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Put the Pliers Down!

By Zeke Pipher on July 16, 2012

I live on the plains of the Midwest…in hard-working territory. I’m surrounded by determined men and women who can fix just about anything with just a few beads of sweat and a pair of pliers. During my junior year in…

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