And Farmer Brown Took Care of Them All

Life on Farmer Brown’s farm was always peaceful. Pig played in the mud. Duck swam in the pond. Horse chomped on her hay. And Farmer Brown took care of them all.

Life was good. That was, until a new animal came to the farm.

“Good afternoon, my fellow farm animals! I am Joel O’Steer, your newest companion; and I’m going to make every day a Farm Day from now on!” Continue reading “And Farmer Brown Took Care of Them All”

Source of the Cell – Kimberly Does Apologetics!

Most people who know me are aware that I’m a pretty big proponent of science and logic–so it’s not really a surprise to anyone when I say I’m a fan of Christian apologetics.

This year, I am loving my Apologetics class; we’ve been watching talks by Dr. Stephen C. Meyer about the origins of life, we talked about Ben Stein’s documentary Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, and I’m in the middle of reading Michael Behe’s Darwin’s Black Box. Needless to say, I’m in my element right now. 🙂

One of our projects was to make a visual summary of a few of the main arguments for intelligent design; so I made a video. It covers three of the main questions we need to ask about the origin of life and summarizes the arguments on both sides. If science is your thing (or even if it isn’t and you just like bad art), go check it out! I worked really hard on it, and I’m pretty proud of how it turned out.

Thanks for watching! Hopefully I’ll be creating more content like this in the future; let me know what you think!

Your Friend is an Alcoholic

Your friend is an alcoholic.

An ex-convict and alcoholic, to be exact. Two years ago, he was arrested for multiple DUIs and an incident at a bar that ended in a black eye and bloody nose (and you should have seen the other guy.) Today, he’s living in a halfway house, trying to kick his addiction and take back his life.

Your friend is a drug addict.

He’s been living on the streets for years, buying and selling and getting high and crashing low. He comes to you every once in a while, and you clean him up, let him stay in your house, encourage him to get better. He never does–but you hope that someday, someday he might be receptive.

Continue reading “Your Friend is an Alcoholic”