Hodge Critter Lodge
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My name is K.K. Hodge. I wear a lot of hats. I’m a family nurse practitioner, a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a Sunday School teacher, church treasurer, farmer, and a christian author. Of all the hats I wear, my favorite is my crown. Yep, my crown! You see, I am a daughter of the King! My crown usually sits tilted to one side of my head, and I find myself straightening far too often, but it’s there. My husband, Jeff, and I live in south Mississippi on 80 beautiful acres that we’ve lovingly named Hodge Critter Lodge. God has blessed us with a variety of animals. We raise beef cattle, but have also owned or rather been owned by a menagerie of critters from goats, sheep, chicken, donkeys and ducks to more exotic critters like coatimundi, Patagomian cavy, alpacas, prairie dogs, lemurs, kinkajous, emus, peacocks, raccoons, skunks, opossums, foxes, and deer just to name a few. Needless to say, we love all of God’s creatures, but more than all those wonderful furry and feathered friends, we love God!
A few years ago I published my first children’s book, “Stinking Thinking”, soon followed by my second children’s book, “A Raccoon Tale”. This year, my first devotional/inspirational was published, “Inspirations from the Funny Farm”. I’ve enjoyed sharing our funny farm stories and our love for God, and began writing a daily devotional earlier this year. I’ll be sharing these here on my blog. I pray that you enjoy my ramblings, and receive some encouragement from my words.
Luke 24:13-34 13 That same day two of Jesus’ followers were walking to the village of Emmaus, seven miles from Jerusalem. 14 As they walked along they were talking about everything that had happened. 15 As they talked and discussed these things, Jesus himself suddenly came and began walking with them. 16 But God kept them from recognizing him. 17 He asked them, “What are…
Acts 2:27 For you will not leave my soul among the dead or allow your Holy One to rot in the grave. Friday came to a close, and Saturday morning began. The Messiah had died the day before. He was in the grave. Death had silenced Him (temporarily). Jesus was silent. God was silent. God…
John 19:28-30 28 Jesus knew that his mission was now finished, and to fulfill Scripture he said, “I am thirsty.” 29 A jar of sour wine was sitting there, so they soaked a sponge in it, put it on a hyssop branch, and held it up to his lips. 30 When Jesus had tasted it, he said, “It is finished!” Then he bowed…
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