Declare His Works — Even in a Messed Up World

‘What is there to declare of God’s works? You say the Lord reigns, but it’s a mess around me! A good god would not tolerate all this evil. You say that he made us? It took millions of years for us to be who we are, and that is that… Continue reading

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Moving Forward and Thankful Looking Back

A New Threshold. Faylene and I are moving forward into new waters in several ways. First, the biblical creation curriculum is now going to print in the Philippines for schools in the Institute for Foundational Learning (IFL). That action brings a concentrated period of training of teachers and pastors that… Continue reading

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Tacking

Tacking. Instead of tacking, I prefer a straightforward, timely arrival from point A to point B.  But the wind doesn’t “push” the sail, I’m told.  It “pulls” it.  When the wind is contrary to sailing in a straight line or even when it comes towards you from the same direction… Continue reading

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The Power of a Biblical Marriage Covenant

It is not a secret. Marriage between one woman and one man in a biblical worldview yields fruit and measurable peace. Statistics show it. Behavior shows it. People, even little people, are affected in a positive way when around it. We see children all the time. Many are orphans. Sometimes… Continue reading

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Historical Confirmation: Our State of Affairs

The world view battle continues as it has from the first generations. The mighty noise of naturalism or evolution was birthed a long time ago. It all happened by itself — undirected from the amorphous start. If you follow the logical conclusions for this world view: we are getting better;… Continue reading

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