The War at Home

The War at Home

Here is only a few moments from my private life. I portray the damage caused by an angered soul. My heart loves the one who brings the war home. Although our homes are divided now, my heart sings to him from afar as I pray for his heart. It must be hurting more than ever now. One can love from afar, without inviting the war at home. 

A Father’s Day Hero

A Father’s Day Hero

A Father’s Day Hero  One fall day, while I was in my late teens I stopped at a gas station to grab a snack before I headed back out to work in the Idaho Potato fields that I had grown up in. A small family followed right behind me, through the doors. The only two from...
Lab Rats

Lab Rats

by Chalea Marker One of the most exciting classes I took in high school was chemistry. I always enjoyed working in the lab. My teacher was a chemistry wizard who would make things change color, give off smoke, and even explode. I remember the warnings he would give us...
Is IVF the Right Choice?

Is IVF the Right Choice?

By Kristen Hackett Today is seems that no matter who you talk too, everyone knows someone who is struggling with infertility. For instance, my brother and his wife have had unexplained infertility for nine years. Their story is heart wrenching, as I am sure it is for...
‘Tis the Season for Traditions

‘Tis the Season for Traditions

The holiday season has arrived, and with each holiday comes an array of traditions that vary from family to family. Usually when we think of traditions we think of the big ones, such as naming things we’re grateful for before Thanksgiving dinner, or reminiscing about...
Lagging Behind

Lagging Behind

By: Whitney Bergquist It seems that we are constantly hearing about how far the U.S. lags behind other industrialized nations in education. After testing more than 510,000 students in 65 countries and economies on maths, reading and science, the 2012 Program for...

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