This book is designed as a journey through scriptures for seekers and new believers. The authors start with a foreword that gives insight on why this book is written. It states many Christians today are passing out copies of the New Testament (which often include the Psalms and Proverbs from the Old Testament) in their effort to share God’s Word with others. Of…Continue
Added by Winnie Dotson on January 30, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
This book asks the question; would you invest 4 days to transform your relationship? There are four areas covered: 1) The power of loving words and actions 2) Better communication and resolving anger 3) Connections through affection and intimacy and 4) Finding treasures in the trials.
This book focuses on the man and the woman making a…Continue
Added by Winnie Dotson on January 29, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments
The Family Illustrated Bible was previously published as The Children’s Bible. Stories retold by Sally Tagholm. Reference spreads by Peter Chrisp.
This Bible has vivid illustrations with vibrant colors, sketches and photographs. It is an easy read; children are able to understand the stories. It is a great tool for family devotion as well as home school…Continue
Added by Winnie Dotson on January 28, 2012 at 9:42pm — No Comments
While doing research on the subject of creation recently, I have meditated on this beautiful verse.
"The heavens declare the glory of God, the skies proclaim the work of His hands."
So I have been thinking about this hypothetical question:
How much glory would God receive for starting the Big Bang? (Please this is not a debate about the science or interpretation of Genesis 1.)
To me it is so much more wonderful that God said "Let there be lights in the heavens and…Continue
The Hebrew word “yom” translated “day” in English, can be used much like our word day. It can mean one 24 hour period or you can say “back in the day” and mean a time period in the past, or you can say “in the days of Solomon” and mean a specific time frame. Yom is a versatile word, but in Genesis chapter 1, God makes the understanding of the word very clear. When ever the word “yom” is used in the Bible in conjunction with a number like, day 1 or day 2 it means one 24 hour time…Continue
Added by David L Brown on January 24, 2012 at 6:57am — No Comments
This is my first post on Creation Conversations. It is in poetic form, which is a form of conversation. The title called "A Higher Power" is what I believe everyone who contemplates the natural world and beyond our planet much come to know that there must be, even if they have no religious background. Believing the biblical account of creation, that "higher power" to me is my Creator, Jesus Christ, in His pre-incarnate essence. I want to leave…Continue
Added by Terry on January 12, 2012 at 10:08pm — No Comments
Science is not one of my favorite subjects, but I am very impressed with World of Science. From the back cover, " World of Science explores God's creation all around us from the furthest star in the Universe to the smallest atom under our feet." This…
Added by Lisa Trombley on January 12, 2012 at 10:07am — No Comments
I was privaledged to never learn about evolution in school. I actually had no idea of the horrible grip it has on our world. I thank God that I was never sucked into the evolution worldview. I believe in the creation as the Bible describes it more than anything else in this world! FYI/You can find loads of info on drdino.com
Most of my life I believed in evolution. It was taught to me in school and I was an absolute sponge for scientific knowledge since my earliest memories. But, these scientists I put my faith in had a secular world view and preached evolution. I was caught in a secular worldview. I never really attributed life and the universe to God. Then, a few years ago I started studying creation science and stumbled through some bad information until I found the truth.
I started out…Continue
The Big Book of History is a fold out 15 ft timeline from the first day of Creation to the present day. In this book your child (recommended ages 7-12) will discover:
Last summer, during an exciting visit to Mt. St. Helens, I was able to capture some amazing pictures of the renewal of growth in the Hummocks Trail area. Here's a short video (5 minutes) on the wonders of re-birth of a devastated land! Join us on this hike and enjoy the adventure!Continue
Added by Shaun Tabatt on January 3, 2012 at 10:06pm — No Comments
I have never been very good at New Year resolutions. Whether it's pledging to work out more consistently, eat less junk food, or even read through the entire Bible in a year, I seem to fall flat on my face sooner rather than later. In fact, I'm not sure I've ever made it past February in any of my New Year resolutions.
Sometimes that lack of commitment scares me.
I know it's just a New Year's resolution. It's not like it's a job responsibility. Or a marriage vow. But I…
Added by Tony J. Bowe on January 3, 2012 at 4:49pm — No Comments