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A 74-year-old Navy veteran who challenged Idaho’s marriage equality ban so she could be buried with her late wife in Idaho’s state-run veterans cemetery will have her wishes respected after Idaho state officials agreed to allow the couple to be interred together.

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On roller-coaster rides: reflections on moving

(Each time an author sets pen to paper or fingers to keyboard, they have an audience in mind.  This post reflects some thoughts on moving.)   405 more words


Cuba, 2014, The Beginning

It’s off to Cuba to work with the Churches in the Western Region of the island. I will be joining a Work & Witness team from the Nampa First Church of the Nazarene in Nampa Idaho. 622 more words

Mission Work

It's been a while

It has been quite a while since my last blog post. There’s been a lot going on in my life and at work so that I’ve not felt any desire to write at all. 1,602 more words


Upper Priest Lake

Autumn is an ideal time to backpack to the hike-in camps on north Idaho’s Upper Priest Lake: the bugs are gone and so, too, are most of the crowds; and autumn leaves gather on the beach. 17 more words



Idaho state Sen. Steve Vick says one U.S. city’s efforts to force a Christian wedding chapel to perform homosexual marriages in his state is a blatant violation of the Constitution, and he is seriously considering legislation to get the state government out of marriage entirely because he fears churches will be the next target in the aggressive homosexual agenda. 338 more words