In March of 2002, James Clark Jr. lost his job. Together the Clarks prayerfully read the book Mind Your Own Business. Using their limited resources, the family began grinding flour for 12 loaves of whole wheat bread to sell door-to-door in their community. They wanted to share hope and health with their neighbors.
Less than two years later, they outgrew their kitchen and moved into Stone Cave Bakery in Tennessee. At that point, they were making 100 loaves every week.
In addition to the bakery, they opened a health food store, held cooking classes, and provided personal health counseling.
The family has more help now, and they bake an average of 1,000 loaves per week, using only whole grains. Their work is difficult, but it is made worthwhile by people like Lyle Rogers, a customer who was told by his doctors that they could not help him. He praises God for the healing he received through the Clark’s ministry.
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2 months ago · This last Tuesday we had a demo at Harvest Grocery as a trial run. They are opening today at the old Bi-Lo on Hixson Pike near Northgate Mall. We are demoing there today, so go on by and say hi to our help and encourage them.
6 months ago · I would like to thank all those who have enjoyed our products and look forward to providing more. We have some new products, which are available at our store and the Village Market in Collegedale TN. Vegan Cheese Cake, Cranberry Pineapple Up-side Down Cake, and Small Apple Pies. New to Village Market are Oat Burgers.
last year · Here is a recent article in our local paper, Dunlap Tribune, of a tour done by 4-H baking winners in our local 4-H club.