A farmer (who wishes to remain anonymous) in northwest Iowa has decorated his farm with some nifty farm art. His farm is located below what is a common routes for planes flying to Atlanta (Iowa) and the east coast. So, for the past six years, without the use of a GPS device (and sometimes in the dark), he has created some designs on his farm land for those flying above. He describes himself as a quiet man and sees these designs as his way to evangelize.
This year’s design features a baby in utero (a suggestion from his 18 year-old daughter) and the captions “All lives are loved by God”, “Pray for the USA”, and “Psalm 67.” Another design, in honor of the Year of Mercy, features the Divine Mercy image and the captions “Accept His Divine Mercy” and “Trust Jesus.”
“All Lives are Loved by God, Prov for the USA Pslam 67”