Short Story of a Hike in The Forest

This story takes place in a forest. A forest named during a war. The name of the forest an oxymoron, transpired when a white man was taking land from the Cherokee. The man, a religious man, peered out at the mountains in this forest, and named these lands Pisquah. In history, thousands of years ago, […]

Eating Plant Based While Traveling. Can it be done?

Our Adventures in France In a world that embraces cream, butter, and meat in every meal, could one even attempt to explore the culinary world of France and expect to eat only plants?  Recently, guided with readings from Bill Buford’s book “Dirt” an adventure in French cooking and my French guide books, we set forth […]

Media Coverage and Interviews

The following are media coverage of “In the Garden: 40 day Journey of Hope and Healing” (Kharis Publishing) by Nichole Fogleman ( interviews, book signings, articles, reviews) Book Signings Media To book Nichole for an interview please contact Don Otis of Veritas Incorporated, Radio Interviews: 1. The Carol Henry Show (WKTO) , January 2, […]

The Art of the Steam

It’s peak asparagus season, April and May. The only time of the year this spring vegetable, we call the “little trees”, will make it on our plates in the Fogleman household. Once you have experienced these “little trees” in season, its’ hard to enjoy them any other time of year. In honor of this time […]

Don’t Judge a Plant by It’s Cover?

This past spring 2023, my husband and I spent a week in the rain forest of Costa Rica, an area immersed with plants that heal. Prior to Covid, this sanctuary boasted the largest medicinal herb garden in the world, with over 300 species of seeds for medicinal use. Today this area is still in existence […]

Practicing Silence

It’s spring break. I’ve laid out books to read; two books, one hallmark channel “type”, the other contemplative and philosophical. Which book do you think I could not put down? The nerdy abstract book of course, where the reader has to read each page two or three times to obtain understanding. The more I explored […]

Easter Reflection – Day 7

We draw to an end in our Easter reflection. We have learned much. Our psalmist in Psalm 119 has reminded us of the importance of the Word. He compels us to experience a life with God’s Word. He compels us to find and savor “The Word”, and we know him as Lord Jesus Christ. We […]

Easter Reflection – Day 6

Teach me. Give me. Direct me. Turn me. Fulfill me. The psalmist has suddenly become more direct in his verses in 33-40 (psalm 119) I wonder if something has changed? As you read todays verses, circle each action verb. Are there others you found in the text? His change in tone remind me of the […]

Easter Reflection – Day 5

Dear Lord, strengthen us according to your word. The psalmist’s words reach out to my soul more today than other days. I feel my own needs matching his as he cries out in verse 32, “enlarge his heart”. Today we settle in the “Daleth” stanza, but we will also heed the writer’s words and practice […]