Evangelism, Young Earth Creation

Fast Food Evangelism

*** Kathi digests dissects an "evangelism" video.   *** This "how to" video on evangelism caught my attention not too long ago. Oh, there's so much about this video....Where to begin? Before we get into the video itself, let's look at the man in front of the camera. This is Eric Hovind of Creation Today. Eric is… Continue reading Fast Food Evangelism

Chuck O'Neal, Extra-Biblical Nonsense, Julie Anne's Personal Stories, Leaving the Church, Legalism, Meetings with the Pastor, Personal Stories, Recovery Process, Shunning, Spiritual Abuse, Spiritual Bullies, Stay-At-Home Daughters Movement, Street Evangelism, Young Earth Creation

The Lingering Pain of Spiritual Abuse

*** 2...Thus says the Lord God: Ah, shepherds of Israel who have been feeding yourselves! Should not shepherds feed the sheep? 3 You eat the fat, you clothe yourselves with the wool, you slaughter the fat ones, but you do not feed the sheep. 4 The weak you have not strengthened, the sick you have not healed,… Continue reading The Lingering Pain of Spiritual Abuse

Doug Phillips & Vision Forum, Homeschool Movement, IBLP and ATI, Ken Ham, Reconstructionist-Dominion Movement, Young Earth Creation

Attention Homeschool Moms: A Potential Homeschool Mom Asks about Agenda-Free Christian Homeschool Curricula

*** Christian Homeschool Curricula:  How can we find safe and agenda-free material to use? ***   On the SSB Facebook page, I posted a link to an article, Duggar Family to Homeschool with Alpha Omega Publications). The Duggar family, as you may be aware, is the quiverfull family on the very popular TLC show, 19 Kids and Counting. The… Continue reading Attention Homeschool Moms: A Potential Homeschool Mom Asks about Agenda-Free Christian Homeschool Curricula

Evangelism, Ken Ham, Young Earth Creation

Ken Ham uses “Flat Ken” as an Evangelistic Tool? Or Maybe a Slick Advertisement Campaign Geared to Children to Promote His Business?

Ken Ham & Creation Museum claim to have an evangelistic tool, but who is it promoting, Ham or Christ? Sorry, Ken ... just not kosher. Have you heard of the children's book, Flat Stanley? The character in the story, Stanley, gets bonked on the head by a bulletin board while sleeping, and is flattened. The… Continue reading Ken Ham uses “Flat Ken” as an Evangelistic Tool? Or Maybe a Slick Advertisement Campaign Geared to Children to Promote His Business?

Evangelism, Ken Ham, Street Evangelism, Tony Miano, Young Earth Creation

Ham vs Nye Creation Debate and What Does a Good Gospel Presentation Look Like?

** The gospel, and the many ways and opportunities in which it is presented:  Creation debates, evangelism, street preaching, etc. ** Watching social media discuss the Ken Ham vs Bill Nye creation debate, a word kept coming popping up all over the place:  the gospel.  Let's first look at its use within the widely publicized… Continue reading Ham vs Nye Creation Debate and What Does a Good Gospel Presentation Look Like?

Doug Phillips & Vision Forum, Dr. Wayne Grudem, Ken Ham, Parenting, Safe Churches, SPIRITUAL ABUSE RECOVERY, Young Earth Creation

Ken Ham, Young Earth Creationism, Young People AbandoningTheir Faith: My Daughter’s Story

* * * This next story pains me. It's a personal one. Parenting is very challenging. Homeschooling children has also been a challenge. When we began homeschooling our children, we chose to do so for a number of reasons. We wanted to have better oversight over the curricula our children were taught because we wanted… Continue reading Ken Ham, Young Earth Creationism, Young People AbandoningTheir Faith: My Daughter’s Story

Ken Ham, Young Earth Creation

Young Earth Creationism, Ken Ham, The Creation Museum . . . and Dragons?

*     *     * There are some topics that can really get Christians all worked up and young earth creationism (YEC) is one of them.  At a church we attended years ago (not the church that sued me), it was discovered that an elder who had been voted in by church members… Continue reading Young Earth Creationism, Ken Ham, The Creation Museum . . . and Dragons?