November 2012 Blog Posts (16)

Wildlife Wednesday: Toads

Wildlife Wednesdays

Do you see this sweet, tiny little creature my daughter is holding? It is certainly not a large bullfrog, but a toad nonetheless. We regularly go on nature walks, and a little bit of rain doesn't stop us. In fact, there's a whole new world to explore during and after a nice shower. Frogs and toads (all toads are frogs by the way) are always a top creation creature to be on the lookout for, especially in the rain - my children adore amphibians! When we are near a…


Added by Kathy Balman on November 28, 2012 at 8:00am — 1 Comment

Chronicles of Dinosauria

Hello, I am Richard Dobbs and I'm very excited to be a new member of "Creation Conversations" I am an illustrator and I recently completed a creation based dinosaur book that is being published by New Leaf publishing. The Author of the book is Dave Woetzel of GenesisPark. We're on schedule for a April 2013 release.

"Chronicles of Dinosauria" recounts the history of dinosaurs from a creationist viewpoint and showcases the five key evidences that humans and dinosaurian creatures have…


Added by Richard Dobbs on November 24, 2012 at 12:00pm — 4 Comments

Wildlife Wednesday: Mule Deer


Added by Kathy Balman on November 21, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments

Ken Ham effectively exposes "The Lie" of evolution/millions of years

Ken Ham first wrote “The Lie” twenty-five years ago.  This is an updated edition of that book.  Mr. Ham is head of ‘Answers in Genesis’, a group of people dedicated to the truth of the Word of God, particularly the first eleven chapters of it.  The title of the book “The Lie” refers to the theory of evolution and/or the idea that it took millions or billions of years…


Added by Robert Driskell on November 18, 2012 at 7:36pm — No Comments

World History Review

World History By James Stobaugh

World History: Observations  Assessments from Creation to Today by James Stobaugh published by Master Books, is a fully illustrated history text for high school students. This book is one of a series of a thorough alternative…

Added by Patricia Janes on November 17, 2012 at 4:31pm — No Comments

British History Review

British History: Observations &Assessments from Early Cultures to Today by

James Stobaugh published by Master Books, is a fully illustrated history text

for high school students. This book is one of a series of a thorough alternative

high school social studies curriculum marketed for the home schooler. The



Added by Patricia Janes on November 17, 2012 at 4:06pm — No Comments

Wildlife Wednesday - Doves

Wildlife Wednesdays This month we have been studying mythology. One particular animal that comes up quite often in every…


Added by Kathy Balman on November 14, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments

Can’t handle the truth?

Politicians lie.  Pretty much everyone knows that. Why? Because we let them. We expect it – even to the point of making it a job requirement. We do not hold our leaders accountable for the promises they make or for the actions they take, and they know it. Elections today aren’t won on issues, but rather who talks the best smack about their opponent.

I heard on television today that this is the twentieth anniversary of the movie “A Few Good Men.”  The commercial showed the courtroom…


Added by Terri Berresford Pangaro on November 12, 2012 at 8:03pm — No Comments

History proves the earth is young!

I find it surprising that nobody seems to think to look at history when they ask the question, "Where do we come from?"  I mean, isn't that an obvious place to look?  It turns out that there is a lot of consistency between the ancient texts.  They point to the same men as Genesis does as the foundation of humanity.  Sure, they give them different names, as you would expect would happen after a confusion of languages, and the accounts diverge with time, but the big names - the ones at the top…


Added by Brian Forbes on November 12, 2012 at 6:20pm — 7 Comments

God's Purposes for Work

Do you eat to work or do you work to eat? You could be doing both, but one thing is for sure, if you are able to work and you aren’t, then you shouldn’t be eating. I’m not talking about being laid off, that’s different. Besides, it’s not my idea anyway. It’s God’s.

For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that it any would not work, neither should he eat. 2 Thess. 3:10 KJV


I don’t think He meant strictly working for money either.…


Added by Cheryl Cope on November 9, 2012 at 3:49pm — No Comments

Wildlife Wednesday - All about Crabs

I am honored to be joining forces with Creation Conversations and Kathy Balman @Kathy's Cluttered Mind

to bring you Wildlife…


Added by Kelli Becton on November 7, 2012 at 12:30am — 1 Comment

It's not About You

While it is rare that I post my notes in public or even share them (because they are copy written) I am compelled to share this lesson I recently taught in hopes that many will be encouraged. Its%20Not%20About%20You.docx

Added by William James Carter, I on November 5, 2012 at 4:42pm — No Comments

New Group~ Teaching Creation Thursdays


Jennifer White of Masterbooks is beginning a new group on Creation Conversations called Teaching Creation Thursdays. This group will be hosted by Carolyn Reeves and Joy Ellis. We are excited about how this group can help parents as they integrate the teaching of creationism into their students' education.   

Each Thursday, there will be a post from Teaching Creation that will help parents navigate a sometimes difficult, confusing…


Added by Joy Ellis on November 4, 2012 at 12:55pm — No Comments

Are you really a Christian?

For a while, I told people that I was a Christian, but my lifestyle proved I was lying.  I was living in the world, with the world's concerns as my own, and gave very little thought to what God wanted.  If you claim to be a Christian, you cannot deny any part of the Bible, especially what makes you uncomfortable.  Do you think you are a Christian? Can you pass the scripture test?


The following verses convey some of the…


Added by Terri Berresford Pangaro on November 1, 2012 at 4:44am — No Comments

What I Believe

I believe in the Trinity - God, Jesus, and the Holy Ghost.  I believe the Bible was written by man, inspired by God, and 100% infallible.  I take a serious interpretation to the Bible, often literal.  I believe Jesus’ death and resurrection paid the price of sin in full for all who accept Him as Lord and Savior.  I believe that Jesus is the only name by which man may be saved.  I believe that no man is undecided when it comes to God, either one…


Added by Terri Berresford Pangaro on November 1, 2012 at 4:43am — 1 Comment

God's hand in life isn't always obvious.

Sometimes we see God’s hand clearly, sometimes we don’t.  On July 23, 2006 I was driving to church and running a little late. I stopped at a red light and had to turn left.  There was a car on the opposite side of the light with his right turn signal on.  The driver turned right when the light turned green (he could have turned on red), then made an immediate left into the gas station on the corner.  This really annoyed me because he could have gone through the light and turned right…


Added by Terri Berresford Pangaro on November 1, 2012 at 4:42am — 1 Comment

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