By Pastor Kevin Davis Woodland Friends Church If you attended church at a building you might receive a decorative palm tree, because this is Palm Sunday. So named for the Sunday that Jesus rode triumphantly into Jerusalem, coats being laid out for … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: What if the saving us from COVID-19 isn’t what we expect or hope for?
By Carrie Wiley UYLC Secretary At one time or another and usually many times in our lives, every one of us will face adversity. That’s just a fact of life. However, it is much less often that the entire world faces it at the same time. This is … [Read more...] about A Pound of Prevention: Coming together might look a little different
By John William Hayes Idaho Precision Gunworks Any mayor, governor, bureaucrat or politician of any type who promotes keeping you from your Second Amendment rights by closing gun shops, etc., should be voted out of office or fired, prosecuted for … [Read more...] about Notes from the Gunsmith: Good gun news
By Linda Morrison It is getting close to seed planting time. Not just indoors, but direct seeded outside, as well. In general, gardeners are very patient people. They need to be patient, as many crops need watering and tending for months before … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Planting seeds now for early harvest
By Kevin Bingaman Valley View Nazarene Life has changed very quickly in the past couple of weeks. If you’re like me, my calendar was full of events and goals, and all of a sudden, this virus hit and our society has come to a screeching halt for the … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: Embracing the most important
By Angela Broncheau Condolences to the families of Julie (Punky) Picard. Prayers of comfort for her family as they prepare for her final services. Condolences to cousin Harry and Serena Wheeler of Mescalero, N.M. for the loss of their beloved … [Read more...] about Ee-too-tum-tine (What’s New)
By Angela Broncheau Sincere condolences to the families of Violet (Oodie Moffett) Johnson. Violet crossed over to the other world to be with her ancestors Thursday, March 12, with her family by her side. Prayers of comfort for her children, … [Read more...] about Ee-too-tum-tine (What’s New)
By Stan Seigler Bible Believer Fellowship What happened? Where was ground zero? Any survivors to tell the story? Was it the coronavirus? Answers – They looked in a box; history records it clearly. Many survivors. The city of Beth-shemesh. Not the … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: 50,070 dead – Incredible disaster!
By Linda Morrison "The key medicinal compound, also known as a ‘phytochemical,’ in garlic is allicin, which boasts antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and antioxidant properties." top10homeremedies.com If you planted garlic last fall, you have … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Benefits of garlic soup
By Baxter Black Butch has a theory about hardcore born-to-rope ropers; as soon as they build a loop and take one swing, it kicks their brain out of gear. To demonstrate how this theory works he told me about a friend of his. We’ll call him … [Read more...] about On the Edge of Common Sense: Butch and Chope