By Volkhard Graf Youth With A Mission, Kamiah Recently, during a walk in a forest, I was moved by the beauty of creation. Lush trees, some with leaves, others with needles, flowers from buttercups to foxglove, bees, bugs and lizards, birds of … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: The amazing creativity of Creator God
By Angela Broncheau New faces in new places, Kamiah NMPH welcomes Samantha George and Joanne Bohanan to our NMPH team! Joanne and Samantha are the Patient Care coordinators for the Kamiah NMPH Clinic. Stop by and say hello to our newest team … [Read more...] about Ee-too-tum-tine (What’s New)
By Linda Morrison It’s camping season! And even with the heat, most campers still enjoy a campfire when the sun goes down. S’mores and hot dogs and family fun. I was reminded this past weekend that campfires have a lot in common with the compost … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Compost and campfires
By Art Finney Freedom Bible Fellowship One of the foundational works of Christianity is the lifting up of the person in character and conduct. As we know, our American culture has its own list of mores which in general keeps the people … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: Being lifted up
By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, Do you know of any auto safety products that can help seniors with older cars? My 80-year-old father, who drives his beloved 2004 Toyota Avalon, is still a pretty good driver but he has limited … [Read more...] about Savvy Senior: Auto safety devices that can help seniors with older cars
By Linda Morrison When I designed the plants for my rock garden, I chose mostly drought tolerant plants that would thrive on morning sun. For the focal point, I decided on a red Japanese maple tree. I went to a local nursery and asked the proprietor … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Why is my Japanese maple turning green?
Talmaks Camp meeting annual Benefit Dinner and Sale will be Thursday, July 6, beginning at high noon. Everyone is welcome to enjoy a delicious meal and enjoy the big sale. I hear it will be a tad cooler at Talmaks than in the valley. Anniversary … [Read more...] about Ee-too-tum-tine (What’s New)
By Baxter Black Glen said J.T. liked old pickups, too. But sometimes they had a mind of their own. Early one summer morning J.T. loaded his good dog, Sam, and headed down to the wheat field. It had been cut and he planned on balin’ some wheat … [Read more...] about On the Edge of Common Sense: Balin’ wheat
By Dorothy Rosby, syndicated columnist I find strangers more interesting when I see them at the airport than when I see them, say, at the doctor’s office or the grocery store. At the grocery store, they’re buying detergent and bread and milk, … [Read more...] about People watching at the airport
By Baxter Black Sometimes we forget who’s in charge. There has been so much concern lately regarding man’s ability to change the environment. We worry about cutting down the forests, damming up the rivers, endangering the species, warming the … [Read more...] about On the Edge of Common Sense: Who’s in charge?