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Stacia has worked full time for Answers in Genesis (USA) since 1997. She coauthored the “Answers for Kids” section in Answers magazine for several years and has written or coauthored a number of articles for Answers and the AiG website. She has a BS in biology and a BA in psychology from Clearwater Christian College.
Stacia has conducted hands-on workshops for young children around the United States for several years and has written curricula (Beginnings, The Seven C’s of History) and workbooks for elementary-aged children and adults. Stacia has written for The Godly Business Woman and Evangelizing Today’s Child and has researched and written copy for several Bible-themed calendars.
In His great wisdom, God sent His Son Jesus Christ to earth about 2,000 years ago.
Did Adam and Eve choose the path of wisdom or foolishness?
If wisdom is putting into practice the principles our wise Creator God has given us, then foolishness must be the opposite.
How can we tell the difference between the path of wisdom and the path of foolishness?
Only the one true God of the Bible has all wisdom.
Every day, we have opportunities to choose between the path of wisdom and the path of foolishness.
We need to stay in constant communication with our Heavenly Commander God.
The weapon we use to attack our enemy is the sword of the Spirit—the Word of God, the Bible.
What does your “helmet” say about you?
A soldier’s breastplate covered him from his neck to his thighs—both front and back.
In the past, soldiers used their shields to detect attacks from the enemy and to push the enemy backward.
Soldiers in ancient times wore shoes with nails that stuck out on the bottom.
As members of God’s kingdom, we need to make sure that we put on truth.
Those familiar with the message of the Creation Museum know that it will feature a ‘walk through history’ based on the ‘7 C’s of History.’
Disney’s Earth does what few mainstream movies on the natural world dare do: avoid any mention of evolution or millions of years. But is it worth seeing?
Did Jesus tell His disciples to take a staff? Or did He tell them to leave them behind?
If God never changes, then how can He change His mind?
Why would God tell Adam and Eve to “replenish” the earth in Genesis 1:22 if they were the first humans?
How could Ahaziah be both 22 years old and 42 years old when he started to reign?
If Jesus is God’s “only begotten Son,” then how can angels and Christians also be God’s sons?
Was Jesus wrong in Matthew 13:31–32 when He said that the mustard seed was the “least of all the seeds”?