Why Stone Ground?

stone • ground (stōn ground) n. 1. a. A hand-lain walking path; a way to get from one place to another. b. an uneven surface (i.e. cobblestone street) which creates an acute need for awareness. 2. Ground too hard to grow a garden in, but ground which allows life to crack through anyway. 3.  A solid foundation (i.e. Build your house upon rock and not sand. Matt 7:24-27).     –adj. 1. Homemade.    –adv. 1. A process of refining items, usually food, into particle powder. 2. Breaking things down into smaller pieces of their original state for use in other ways 3. Getting down to the basics. 4. Hard work.


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