Join author Shelley S. Cramm at the Fall Women's Ministry Dinner at Plymouth Park Baptist Church, a gathering of women called to God by inspiring, challenging and encouraging one another to fulfill their purpose in God's design. Shelley will share her homegrown Irving story, flourishing God's Word in playful moments, testimony, and secret-garden surprises for one of Irving's greatest faith communities!
Join Shelley as she helps the Women's Ministry at Southmont Baptist Church gather together again in a celebration of God's Word! We will explore 7 gardens of the Bible, where the Garden of Eden is just the beginning!
We believe the pockets in America’s public gardens that are planted with plants mentioned in the Bible are an essential part of diversity in American public gardens. The Botanical Reserach Institute of Texas and author Shelley S. Cramm team up to open the discussion among APGA members of the potential draw this plant group offers – cultivating a network of resources and design inspiration among those gardens with existing Biblical plantings, and inspiring new plantings as APGA members expand and flourish their offerings and educational opportunities to their communities.
Join Shelley S. Cramm to plant and dedicate a bay laurel tree for Laurelwood, and “dig in” to the significance of the bay laurel in God’s Word. Shelley has treasured her growing friendship with Laurelwood since the release of her devotional Bible which features the plants, landscapes, gardening metaphors and imagery of God’s Word in worshipful essays. Last spring, she spoke at their Women’s Retreat and gave a presentation on the bay laurel tree, and returns this fall to plant a live tree in the church landscape and repeat the speech for more to enjoy. Planting begins at 1:00 pm outdoors followed by indoor presentation and coffee.
Growing Saints Garden Club welcomes back Shelley S. Cramm to speak on herbs of the Bible. This special morning, Shelley will reveal how to let the ancient words of the Bible grow vividly before you in your own garden, no longer distant and irrelevant but present and fragrant, creating eager anticipation and delight as they plant also in your heart. Shelley introduces her hand-picked favorites for the fall garden, sun-loving plants that go from garden to table. Inspired by her article in The Dallas Morning News, April 2017.
Monthly Ladies In Touch luncheons celebrate personal stories of hope and courage in Christ, a warm welcome of prayer and fellowship. Sheley S. Cramm, author & gardener, will lead a special feature in planting herbs for summer pots from the Bible.
Shelley S. Cramm joins the Dallas Chapter P.E.O. to kick off their year's theme, "Bloom-Grow-Blossom." Whether considering personal growth or the growth of an organization, God reveals his plan and approach for growth in the blossoming almond tree, spring's first blooming tree in the Holy Land. Shelley explains how this tree's message is powerful in teaching us what to watch for.