It has been a crazy two weeks, as you might have guessed since I didn’t even have a chance to blog last week. My family had a great time at the Defending the
As promised, today I will give you a sneak peek at my new presentation for women entitled, “Separate But Equal: Building A One Flesh Marriage.” I gave the
I am very excited today to give three presentations in the women’s track at the Defending the Faith Conference here in Tennessee. This is the first time that we
I was talking to a friend of mine in church a few weeks ago about my desire to get my daughter Elizabeth enrolled in T-ball or softball next summer. She was
I’ve got to say that the last few weeks have been difficult. Both professionally and personally there have been a few highs and a lot of lows. I have felt like
Answers in Genesis is privileged this year to be sponsors and exhibitors at two of the True Woman Conferences. We had a great time in Chattanooga (see my
Although previously unfamiliar with the case, I was saddened but not surprised to learn that the Supreme Court has ruled favorably for humanists once again.
I’m a big fan of cars in general. They allow me to go from one place to another relatively quickly. For a number of years I lived in Amish country and I believe
A good friend of mine recently discovered that her son has a genetic disorder called Williams syndrome. It affects him physically, developmentally, and
I was listening to the local Christian radio station the other day when this familiar hymn came on. I was in the midst of preparing a presentation on parenting
A couple months ago, I responded to a skeptic who commented on my blog about an event I spoke at in Montana. Interestingly, a response by RBH to the skeptic’s
Have you ever had one of those weeks when you just feel melancholy and you can’t figure out why? That’s the kind of week I’m having. Every day I have had this
Bill Nye the Science Guy. That’s right. The quirky and very likable host of a children’s TV show by the same name was awarded the 2010 Humanist of the Year
Last Friday (June 4), I was interviewed on the radio show Sound Rezn, aired on American Family Radio. I discussed the science behind the recent media frenzy
I’m really looking forward to our upcoming Defending the Faith conference in Sevierville, Tennessee. Right now I’m busy preparing a presentation on parenting
I thought I would share with you today another of my favorite hymns, “It Is Well with My Soul” by Horatio Spafford. Most people know that the writer of the song
I am a big fan of fictional Christian romance/mystery/action novels. The time I have available to leisure read is small, so I’m rather picky about what I read.
A headline in our local paper grabbed my attention: “Schools defend holding graduation in church.”1 According to the article, the American Civil Liberties Union
The Bible teaches that the early patriarchs often lived to be nearly 1,000 years old and even had children when they were several hundred years old!
My daughter Elizabeth will finish Kindergarten later this week, so I thought this would be an opportune time to contemplate not only how she has grown
In today’s blog below, I have posted the lyrics to a favorite hymn of mine that I just can’t seem to get out of my head lately. It is a great reminder of
This past weekend, my family decided to explore more of the wonderful state of Indiana, in which we reside. My husband really likes to drive, so we sometimes
Last year at Creation College 3, I had the privilege of giving a presentation called “Wonders of the Cell.” I will admit that as a molecular/cell biologist,
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