Rain helps plants grow, provides water to drink, and makes puddles you can jump in. But how does rain get into the clouds?
No matter how hard they try, scientists can’t connect the missing links in human evolution. Why not?
God created the earth to be filled with life. After the worldwide flood, the atmosphere changed—some places became extremely cold and others extremely warm.
Have you ever wondered how water gets from a tree’s roots all the way up to the leaves?
Most rocks don’t stick together.
Imagine dinosaurs living with people. It’s the only reasonable conclusion if the Bible is true.
Whether you realize it or not, you interact with acids and bases every day.
There’s been an explosion in the intensity of the conversation regarding the creation/evolution debate in the last few years—but not where one might expect.
Social media and television bombard us daily with contradictory claims. How can we find the meat among the bones? Just ASK.
God made all people different in the way they walk, in their stride, and in their steps.
If you have ever tried to keep one of these plants, you know they are tricky to grow.
God created our bodies with three types of muscle: smooth, cardiac, and skeletal.
From the giant jackfruit to the smelly durian to the humble apple, thousands of fruit varieties sweeten our menu.
Bacteria are everywhere—in air, water, soil, plants, animals, and even inside you!