Nondiscrimination Statement

Recently, walking down a hallway in a medical clinic, I paused to study a sign on the wall. What caught my attention was that the sign had several paragraphs, each written in a different language. There must have been ten different translations on that one 8 ½ x 11...

Intersection

Photo and Commentary ©2018 by Darren Milam Wednesday, February 21, 2018 A couple weeks back, we were fortunate to travel to the southeast part of Colorado for a short vacation. As we were traveling back to the small airport where we would catch our connecting flight...

German WWII Binoculars

Shelley and I spent part of President’s Day in the delightful town of Snohomish, checking out a couple of large antique shops. In one of them I found a display of military items, and on a shelf a little below my eye-level I discovered a small pair of binoculars, which...

Cooper’s Hawk

Photo and Commentary ©2018 by Robert Howson Tuesday, February 20, 2018 You’ve undoubtedly come across them, those hurdles in life that are supposed to be almost insurmountable, and yet for some unknown reason, for you, they are a piece of cake. An illustration from...

President’s Day

On the wall of the little one-room Adventist schoolhouse I attended during my elementary years were two presidential portraits, those of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. I remember gazing up at those two men with an almost spiritual devotion. I looked into their...