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I was recently perusing the blogosphere when I came upon a blog from one of my favorite authors and speakers, Dr. Mary Kassian. She teaches at Southern Seminary
Last week I received this post from Kate on my Facebook page: How would you answer this question from young mothers? “I want my children to know the truth of
My friend Stacia wrote a blog the other day titled “Not Just A Statistic” that I wanted to share with my blog readers. She has a tremendous ability of sharing
This past weekend, it was my great pleasure to speak at the Appalachian Bible College (ABC) Women’s Auxiliary Retreat. It was so refreshing to be at a Christian
A few weeks ago, a friend of mine who is a fellow creation scientist residing in South Korea sent me an email explaining that certain “iconic” examples of
Sadly, in our culture today the answer is yes. In Fargo, North Dakota, a woman married herself. She stated, “I was waiting for someone to come along and make
A couple weeks ago, while visiting Atlanta, my friend Janice (a high school science teacher) suggested we visit the Tellus Science Museum, just north of Atlanta
Genesis 3 states that Eve ate the fruit first, but Romans 5 states that Adam caused sin to enter the world. Dr. Georgia Purdom, AiG–U.S. examines these Scriptures.
This past weekend it was my privilege to be the commencement speaker for the graduation ceremony at North Cobb Christian School in Kennesaw, Georgia. (Sorry I
For our staff chapel yesterday we had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Fred Coleman from Bob Jones University. Not only did he lead us in worship through singing,
My friend Stacia has a son with multiple disabilities, and she shared at our recent Answers for Women conference about understanding her son in relation to the
Today I will continue my story concerning Mother’s Day and my personal tragedies, triumphs, and legacies (if you missed Part 1, see here). My husband Chris and
This was the title of a presentation I gave at a church near Cincinnati this past Mother’s Day. While Mother’s Day is a joyous occasion for many, it is sad for
According to one evolutionist the answer is “yes.” In his blog post, “Confessions of a Creationist: the making of a serial killer,” he writes, How do you
Last week in our News to Note, Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell discussed a study that some scientists claim may help solve the mystery of the origin of life.
As I was perusing an atheist blog site the other day, I came upon a post by a young woman named Libby explaining how she became an atheist. The first paragraph
I spent this past weekend in Farmington, New York, speaking about the wonder and complexity of God’s amazing creation at the “In Awe of Him” conference. I gave
I wanted to share just one more feedback from the Answers for Women conference because I was greatly impacted by what this woman had to say. I had high
I couldn’t be more thrilled with the feedback we received from our first-ever women’s conference at the Creation Museum. It was truly a blessed time for
If you read nothing more than the recent news reports concerning the new Tennessee law that provides protection for teachers wishing to teach the scientific
This past weekend I had the opportunity to speak at Dunbar Church of the Nazarene in Dunbar, West Virginia. This was a special privilege for me because I was
I’m sure many of you are making plans to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ in just a few days. We are having a whole house full of people over to enjoy
This was the title of a video production in which women scientists from around the world testified of the importance of evolution. The SCOPE project that
New DNA technology has allowed scientists to peer into the past by mapping the DNA of so-called cavemen.
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