Perhaps some of you read the same article I did; Volunteers discover 10 Pioneer-era Apple Types, Thought Extinct, in Forgotten Orchards Across the Pacific Northwest. Apparently, there is a team of people who spend countless hours and travel hundreds of miles each year in search of more than 10,000 apple tree varieties that are no […]
Many people are confused as to where the buck stops. I will explain. The confusion, of course, comes from the multiple meanings of the word “Buck.” Buck can mean a male, perhaps a deer or a man with the name of Buck, or it can be slang for money, or a euphemism for a responsibility. […]
Our Isnag neighbors are all busy preparing rice fields and everyone has an ax to grind. Many people wonder why bench grinders have two grinding stones. Some people think that one stone is course and the other fine. That may or may not be true, but the real reason is so that you and a […]
Jonathan and Heidi have enjoyed the privilege of working among the Isnag speaking people of northern Luzon since 1999. They are involved in Bible translation, teaching, and small group studies.