Project Information for "Sowin' Seeds" (CD)

Sowin' Seeds

  1. Lift Up Your Eyes 2:58
  2. Footloose And Free 2:50
  3. Broken 4:08
  4. Keep Drinking Water From The Well 2:37
  5. This Is My Fathers World 3:19
  6. Will There Be Any Stars 3:16
  7. Feet Of Clay 4:19
  8. Solitary Place 3:42
  9. I Know 3:35
  10. Sowin' Seeds 3:45


1. Lift Up Your Eyes: Rebecca J. Peck (BMI), Amy Marie Unthank (BMI)/ Copyright 2006/ Thomas Peck Music/ All rights reserved.
2. Footloose and Free: Gerald D. Crabb/ Copyright 2006. Christian Taylor Music/ BMI, a div. of Daywind Music (admin. by ICG)/Lehsem Songs/BMI admin. by Music & Media International, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
3. Broken: Rebecca J. Peck (BMI)/ Copyright 2004/ Thomas Peck Music/ All rights reserved.
4. Keep Drinking Water from the Well: Words & Music by Randy Mobley/ Grape Arbor Music/BMI
5. This Is My Father's World: Maltbie D. Babcock/Public Domain
6. Will There Be Any Stars?: E.E. Hewitt/ Public Domain
7. Feet of Clay: Sandra Knight/ Copyright 1997. Sandy Knight Music/BMI/Pisgah Ridge Music/BMI (both admin. by ICG). All rights reserved. Used by permission.
8. Solitary Place: Kenna Turner West/ Willow Branch Publishing BMI/ All rights controlled by Gaither Copyright Management. Used by permission.
9. I Know: Terry Wilkins, Greg Bentley, / Leah's Heart Music, Chris White Music/Asheville Publishing BMI All rights reserved. Used by permission.
10. Sowin' Seeds: Kenna Turner West/ BMI/ All rights controlled by Westinghouse Publishing/ BMI.


Executive Producer: Dewey Farmer, for EM Records/ Evergreen Ministries
Producer: Roger Talley
Mixed by: Jerry Yoder
Tracks Recorded at: Crossroads Studios, Arden, NC
Vocals recorded at: Colorado Sound Studios, Denver, CO
Track Recording Engineer: Jack Mascari
Vocals Engineer: Steve Avedis
Acoustic Piano/Keyboards: Jason Webb, Roger Talley
Bass Guitar/ Electric Guitar: Jeremy Midkiff, Roger Fortner
Drums/ Percussion: Tony Creasman
Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Fiddle, Harmonica: David Johnson
Songs: "I Know" & "Feet of Clay"
Steel guitar: Scotty Sanders
Recorded at Omnisound Studios, Nashville, TN
Producer/Engineer: Jerry Yoder
Background Vocals: Lauren Talley, Charlotte Ritchie, Missy Waldroup, Roger Talley, Eric Bennett
Song: "Feet of Clay"
Additional background vocals recorded by Jeff Easter
Orchestration: Milton Smith
Mastered by: Alan Silverman, Arf! Mastering, New York, NY
Pictures by: Dewey Farmer at: Venetucci Farm, Colorado Springs, CO; Stan & Sharon Meyer Farm, Moses Lake, WA; Clear Creek History Park, Golden, CO; J.V. Bentley Farm, Big Clifty, KY.
Graphic Design: WTS, Chattanooga, TN

Note from Sherri

I spent most summers of my childhood on my Grandparent's farm. Pawpaw was a farmer and filled his days with planting and harvesting his fields. It wasn't easy work and most days started early in the morning and lasted till after dark. First thing he did every morning was step out onto the back porch and read a chapter of his Bible. Then he was off to the fields.

Before his first tractor, Pawpaw planted each field with a plow pulled by his horse, Trigger. The straps wrapped around his shoulders as he kept the row straight. We'd follow behind dropping seeds into the rows and covering them up with the fresh, soft dirt. Pawpaw knew what was needed for a great crop. He tended the fields by watching the weather, adding fertilizer, and hoeing out the weeds. He later was awarded a certificate naming him a Master Conservationist.

I'm a farmer too. I'm not out in a field where I get to squish the fresh dirt between my toes. But I'm in the field that my Savior has given. He's supplied me with the seeds of His love asking me to plant them in the hearts of this lost world. He helps me tend to them so they'll grow tall and strong in His will. I pray that I'll be just as good as Pawpaw. I look forward to that sweet reward of hearing the words, "Well done".


Mark 4: 14 - The farmer I talked about is anyone who brings God's message to others, trying to plant good seed within their lives.

Mark 4: 20 - But the good soil represents the hearts of those who truly accept Gods' message and produce a plentiful harvest for God----- thirty, sixty, or even a hundred times as much as was planted in their hearts.

Contact Info

You can email Sherri at At her website you will also fine her products, monthly devotional and event schedule.

To contact Sherri or order products by mail:
Sherri Farmer
Evergreen Ministries
P.O. Box 1706
Evergreen, CO 80437
Office: 303-670-8032

Copyrights to all art work, songs, pictures and "" retained by Sherri & Dewey Farmer.

EM Records #111059

Thank You's

What a wonderful, sweet Heavenly Father I have! A long time ago, He planted a seed of love in my heart. Through the years He has taken such great care of me with His love, spirit and wisdom. How I praise Him!

I'm so very thankful for the things my grandparents, J. V. and Eulah Bentley, taught me over the years. I love and miss them!

Roger Talley- Thank you again for all your great ideas and expertise! And Thanks for coming to Denver to work on the vocals. (You are closer to God here you know!) Plus the snow and one way street gave your heart the check up it needed.

Scott- I so appreciate your friendship, love and support! Thanks for always encouraging me.

Steve and Jerry- The two best engineers anywhere! Thank you for making me sound so good. (And Steve, I am not going to mention that Armenian terrorist thing.)

A big "Thanks" to: David, Tony, Jason, Jeremy, Roger F., Scotty, Jack, Lauren, Missy, Charlotte, Eric and Milton. You have graced this CD with your great talents and I appreciate that so much!

Venetucci Farm- Thank you Patrick, for getting Duke and Duchess to "Step Up" and plow that field!

Stan and Sharon Meyer- We had such a great time with ya'll! Thanks for all your hospitality, fast drives and beautiful fields. (No hummers in the house today, Stan.)

And Cutie Dew- I love you! (And you are a one of a kind gem.)

Note from Dewey

I normally do not write anything for Sherri's projects, however this project has become very special to me because of all the church leaders ordained or lay we have meet. Each song on this project reminds me of the ones we have come to know in our travels and how they labor daily Sowin' Seeds for God no matter what they do in the church. We have repeatedly seen them sow seeds as they work in God's field. And so we decided to dedicate Sowin' Seeds to all of those who labor daily Sowin' Seeds for God. We also know that many times the sower will never see what the seed turns into or the fruit it may bear. God knows each seed that has been sown for him, who sowed it and he never forgets. I have listed below some scripture verses that have been shared with me since we started the Sowin' Seeds project; I pray they touch you as they have me.


Psalm 126:5
They that sow in tears will reap in singing.

Mark 4:3-9
Hearken: Behold, there went out a sower to sow. And it came to pass, as he sowed, some fell by the wayside, and the fowls of the air came and devoured it. And some fell on stony ground, where it had not much earth; and immediately it sprang up, because it had no depth of earth. But when the sun was up, it was scorched; and because it had no root, it withered away. And some fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked it, and it yielded no fruit. And other fell on good ground, and did yield fruit that sprang up and increased; and brought forth, some thirty fold, and some sixty, and some an hundred. And he said unto them, He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.

2 Corinthians 10
Now he that ministereth seed to the sower both minister bread for your food, and multiply your own seed, and increase the fruits of your righteousness

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