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Sunday, May 14, 2017 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Blumenhof Winery

The Garden Party Band (Country/Rock) will perform atBlumenhof Winery in Dutzow, MO on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14 from 2-5pm.

Little Italy of the Ozarks Festival
Friday, May 19, 2017 - 5:00pm to Saturday, May 20, 2017 - 11:00pm
The Gardens at St. James

Winemaking, farming, food and coming together for community events have along history in the St. James area. Known locally as the Meramec Highlands,our region is also fondly known as “Little Italy of the Ozarks” thanks tothe establishment of an Italian settlement here more than a century ago.

Join St. James Winery and Public House Brewing Company as they celebrate thearea’s Italian heritage at their Little Italy of the Ozarks Festival onFriday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20, 2017 at The Gardens.

In addition to many entertaining activities, the two-day festival ends onSaturday with a ticketed Traditional Rosati-style Spaghetti Dinner under anoutdoor tent where you’ll feel like part of the family.

Friday First, we’ll kick off the festivities in the St. James Winery Tasting Roomon Friday night from 5 to 8 p.m. with the release of the new WinemakerSeries. This new line of wines is handmade in small batches by our St. JamesWinery Cellar Crew. Taste complimentary samples of the first four releases,along with Public House Brewing Company food pairings: Chambourcin with Heritage Pasta Dry Vignoles with Margherita Pizza Seyval with Spring Salad The Folly with Pretzel Bites

Next, walk over to The Gardens for a 9 p.m. showing of Under the Tuscan Sun(PG-13) on our huge outdoor screen. The movie features a writer whoimpulsively buys a villa in Tuscany, Italy in order to change her life.

Saturday On Saturday, The Gardens open at 11 a.m. Our wood-fired pizza kitchen andregular kitchen will be open all day, serving made-from-scratch food, craftbeer, wine, hard cider, wine slushies and non-alcoholic beverages.

Local youth soccer coach and St. James Winery Executive Winemaker AndrewMeggitt will host a Soccer Tutorial on foot skills for all ages from 2 to 3p.m. to celebrate Italy’s most popular sport.

Kansas City band Red Velvet Crush will be performing pop and rock music from12 to 3 p.m. Acoustic artist Nicole Nelson from Nashville, Tenn. will performpop and soulful rock songs with an earthy flair from 5 to 8 p.m.

Starting at 5 p.m. we’ll recreate the Traditional Rosati-style SpaghettiDinners with a ticketed dinner under an outdoor tent. For $10, you receive aheaping portion of spaghetti in a traditional, local-recipe Italian saucewithmeatballs, garlic bread sticks, spring salad, slice of cake and anon-alcoholic drink.

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Victor Krutko came to Moody Bible Institute from Minsk, a town in Belarus. This gifted, passionate pastor and I have become good friends. I’ll never forget an episode with him as we were traveling through Belarus visiting some of his work. God had used him to start a Bible school and seminary in his home country, and his influence had sparked the planting of more than 100 churches in the region. But the most special moment of the trip came when we went to visit Victor’s mom.

Our trip to meet this dear woman took us 40 miles outside of Minsk, down a rutted track with weeds sprouting up in the middle of the lane. Passing ramshackle shanties as we entered this backwater village, we pulled up in front of one of the shanties to be greeted by a beaming, ruddy-faced woman in her late 70s—Victor’s mother! With a babushka scarf wrapped around her head, she bustled us inside saying, “Come in, come in!”

We picked our way past the outhouse and through a meager garden. I pointed out the pig to Victor, and he said, “Oh yes, she raises the pig in the summer and eats it in the winter.” The vegetables from the garden were her only other means of sustenance.

Inside the two-room shanty was a kitchen featuring a little table. A sheet divided the other room into a bedroom and a sitting room. As Victor’s mom fed us cucumbers and tomatoes for lunch, she couldn’t stop beaming. Initially, I thought that her unbridled enthusiasm was because her boy, Victor, had come home. But it soon became apparent that her contagious joy was not just about Victor but also about another man in her life, Jesus! As Victor translated, all she could talk about was Jesus—how much she loved Him, how much He loved her, how much she couldn’t wait to get to heaven to see and be with Him. This woman, who had very few material possessions, had all that she needed because Jesus had clearly become a well of living water flowing in her heart.

This visit prompted a reality check in my heart about how addicted we are to the thought that having more in our material world is where joy is found. It’s not that we don’t want Jesus. It’s just that we act like He’s not enough. We’re really glad to have Jesus, but we feel that what we really need is a spiffier set of golf clubs, a newer car, a bigger home, or at the very least a new shirt or pair of shoes. It’s not that having those things is necessarily wrong; it’s just that believing that they will satisfy is a wrong thought.

Which reminds me of another woman. When Jesus sat down next to a Samaritan woman by a well, He initiated a conversation by discussing a material need: “Would you give me a drink?” Then, lovingly, He steered the conversation through territory that explored the many ways that this woman had tried to satisfy her own emptiness, including failed relationships, illicit pleasures, and empty religiosity. Then He made this staggering offer: If anyone comes to Him for satisfaction, they will find their deepest needs and longings met.

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