As I drive around, it's hard not to notice the fact that the fields are turning from a deep green to that tannish yellow that signifies the harvest is near. I'm no farmer, but I've lived in Iowa long enough to know that once the calendar hits late September, the combines will be out soon enough, bringing in the harvest. But the harvest actually begins back in the spring when the farmer is out in the fields, planting the crop that they hope they will harvest in the fall. What lessons does that have for the church today? This Sunday, we'll explore Galatians 6:7-10 and find out.