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I am so grateful you said YES to this fruit-bearing journey! You’ll learn how spiritual, social, and academic growth leads to The Potter growing the fruit of the Spirit through us. Check your email to download the PDF. 

You will also get other emails from Little Pot and me sharing how we are being fruit-bearers each week. From time to time, we will have FREE gifts, coupons, and information about sales and new products. Each email is sent on Friday at noon. That way, you know what to expect. You can unsubscribe at any time. However, I hope you don’t. As you will study in “How to Be a Fruit Pot,” relationships are very important. And having you interact with me through our weekly emails is essential to me. 

In other words, I value this new friendship so much!

Little Pot is made by the potter
Little Pot spiritual growth is the Planting of God’s Word (the seed) in a humble heart (Humus soil).
Little Pot social growth is Stem integrity (the straight & upright stem). Leaf healthy relationships that bring in the light (photosynthesis).
Little Pot academic growth is Blooming knowledge activates new growth and produces new ideas (pollination).


“How to be a Fruit Pot, Growing the Fruit of the Spirit in 7 Prolific Steps” will be arriving in your email box in the next few minutes. You’ll receive over 20 pages of study to learn how the four areas of growth above lead to the Potter cultivating the fruit of the Spirit in our lives. 

Get ready to be a fruit pot! 



Thank you again, 

Dawn and Little Pot

As Little Pot exclaims, “Fruit Pots are the best pots to 

sprouting stories of fruit

PS. Don’t forget you can purchase a copy of The Little Pot in the website storeamazonBarnes & Noble, or anywhere books are sold. 

To make it easier to order the books from our website, we’ve included links below. We hope you enjoy reading the stories as much as we enjoyed writing and illustrating them. As the Holy Spirit willingly produced His fruit through our lives, these books describe the lessons we learned along the way.

Thank you for sharing them with others.