Monthly Archives: November 2011

Thanksgiving – family devotion

Index of Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday posts Happy Thanksgiving! Before or after watching A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, discuss some scriptures about giving thanks: 1. Psalm 50:23. What may we do that will prepare our hearts to see God’s salvation revealed? … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving as color vision

Index of Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday posts Thanksgiving is a window to reality; our chief means of spiritual perception. Imagine a country where everyone was gradually becoming color-blind (to borrow from H. G. Wells). As more and more people were … Continue reading

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Water cycle – globe model

Nearly 3/4ths of the surface of our Earth, “the blue planet,” is covered with water. Water is characteristic of biological life in the universe as we know it. To more clearly see how much water there is in the Earth, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving – being now passed over the vast and mighty ocean

Index of Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday posts “Here beginneth the chronicle of those memorable circumstances of the year 1620, as recorded by Nathaniel Morton, keeper of the records of Plymouth Colony, based on the account of William Bradford, sometime governor … Continue reading

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Living books

In a recent post, Laura lists some of the books and resources they’ve been using this year. She mentions that they have been reading My Side of the Mountain and some other books this year. Check out her post here; … Continue reading

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Even to the least of these

Take time to read Blessed Are the Dung Beetles by John Halford. God is extraordinarily fond of beetles. Sometimes God shows his divine nature, with great eloquence, through the small things in his creation.

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John Halford on a visit to a planetarium

This brief video from GCI is hilarious – I think you’ll agree it’s well worth 2 minutes of your time, especially if you knew me when I was a planetarium director. I can tell several stories of what happened when … Continue reading

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