Introduction Friday! This is Wm. Scott and Barbara (Babs) Tyson. They have resided at Stonebrook Farm since 1981 (the year I was born) and raised their 5 kids here on the farm. These two are the life-blood and un-sung heros of our little business. My Dad grew up helping his parents and three siblings run the dairy farm on the property. He is the most hard-working, never-stopping, faithful and gentle man I have ever met. Growing up in Philadelphia, my Mom is a farm-girl at heart and is his perfect counterpart. Just as faithful and hardworking, she brings vision, future-focus and SPUNK to our endeavors. She can literally do anything - just check out the custom concrete work at the Barn entrance! She has also been known to stop in her tracks to listen to and pray for a hurting client. These two are quite the team! To say they work hard is a grand understatement. They spend countless hours in an effort to restore and redeem all the idiosyncrasies of this old farm. Upon a visit you can often see them on tractors, stacking wood, doing repairs, picking up any "balls that drop" and usually doing it while having some of their 9 grand kids in tow. It can be a great sacrifice to run an event venue on your private property. You often miss out on privacy and personal time. But these two do it with grace and Godly hospitality. They sense a calling on their life to display God's love through our farm and it is something they take very seriously. It is an honor to be their partners in this business. Say hi to Scotty and Babsie!
“Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people”. In spite of many hardships in this life - we are thankful for the great JOY found in Christ!!! Thank you to our clients for supporting our little farm and allowing it to continue to the 9th generation. We are so grateful to you! Merry Christmas!
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Today my heart is heavy. So many people are hurting this time of year and it makes me more aware of how broken our world is. And again, I remember my own desperate need for the Gospel. I am thankful that in the most unexpected place, at the most unexpected time and when we needed it most, love showed up in a manger. #comelordjesuscome#1corinthians13#thegospelchangeseverything