The Lord assigned each his task: I planted the seed, my friend watered the plant, and Jesus made it grow! Visit Christian Way Farm and be part of the planting and the harvesting!
In the early 1920’s, Guy Corley used his World War I bonus to buy land in the north end of Christian County, Kentucky. Using just a few mules and his bare hands, he worked day and night to build a farm often considered a showcase in that area. He built barns and fences, planted crops, and raised sheep and chickens. He raised a son and watched his six grandchildren grow up on that land.
The grandchildren moved away. The youngest grandchild may have left the farm temporarily, but the love of the farm never left him. In 1998 Milton Corley came home to the farm, and he brought his family with him.
They cleaned up the farm, built a home, and planted pumpkins. In 2000, they invited people to come visit.
And they still invite you to visit!
Sit under a big shade tree and enjoy a picnic or relax in the swing on the front porch. Feed a goat or calf. Smell the aroma of the pig pen. Hold a baby chick. Plant a seed or pick a pumpkin. Climb on the hay or play in the corn. Take a walk around the farm or ride the wagon behind the tractor. Shop the country store in the old tobacco barn. Look at antique farm equipment. Ride a tricycle or take a nap. There are so many things you can do at Christian Way Farm!