Back to Eden
What would you say if you heard that food and trees can grow abundantly from the earth without any watering at all? Unbelievable, isn't it?!  We're talking today with gardner, master arborist, and the star of the film Back to Eden, Paul Gautschi about that and more today!

It's a fascinating and intimate journey, not only through the mysteries and wonders of the earth but also of the relationship with Paul and God. Paul shares his conversations with God, the wisdom He shares, and the abundance of what he's discovered on a daily basis as a result.

Listen in as we discover the parallels between the earth and her abundance, the messages in the Bible, and the miracles that occur every day in the simple and yet magnificent process of growth.

For more information about Paul, his lifelong passion of growing food for his family (and ultimately for many more today), and the movie that you simply just won't be able to stop watching, please visit www.backtoedenfilm.com.

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