My name is Gracie Danker and I run the blog for Redeemed Ranch Books. I am an avid reader, outdoor explorer, author, and blogger.
My mom, sister, and I decided to make a website to advertise our book but we never planned on writing a blog, running social media accounts, or all the work that comes with it.
But, once I decided to try out blogging, it just kind of clicked. I love posting about our farm, biblical insights, and random thoughts.
While we love providing laughs for the whole family, our main goal is to help teach children and parents alike who God is and what His Word teaches. We pray that in whatever we do, we bring glory to Him.
Though we are still trying to understand and adapt to the fast world of advertising, blogging, and being on social media, so far it's been a great journey.
Thank you guys so much for joining us on this adventure!
Love from the farm,
Meet the farm!
Our oldest and wisest dog, Shiloh Oz is the leader of the pack. He is gentle, loving, and always obedient.
Beauty Rose is a lovable, if not a little selfish, corgi. Her favorite things are food, sleep, and food.
Princess Daisy Christine (yes, that's her real name) is a spoiled, queenly cat who always gets her way. Though she acts indifferent to all humans, she secretly (we hope) cares for us.
Gabriel Gaberson (yep, his real name) is our curious, adventurous one. He loves to chase grasshoppers, eat horse feed, and be outside.
Tess Marie is a sweet, quiet horse, always looking out for her herd. She is still adjusting to her life at the farm, but we just know she's a keeper.
Gypsy Spirit is an innocent, playful buckskin. She loves to get scratched, and she always has time to give love to her humans...except at feeding time.
John the Apostle is the sweetest donkey ever. He loves his herd (including his human herd) with a ferocious love, almost as much as he loves to get scratched. He is loyal to a fault, and he is by far the defender of the herd...let's just say I wouldn't want to be on his bad side.
Peter the Apostle is an ornery, adorable miniature horse. Always on the lookout for trouble and food, he keeps us on our toes, but we wouldn't trade him for the world.