Book Review: The Genius of Ancient Man by Don Landis

Book Review: The Genius of Ancient Man by Don Landis

Most ancient history books start out explaining how ancient people were hunters and gatherers. How they gradually figured out how to farm and make things and then individuals developed special skills. Each made different items and they would barter amongst each other,...
Book Review: The Lie by Ken Ham

Book Review: The Lie by Ken Ham

Many Christians today view the issue of recent creation as a side issue. Whether or not they believe that God created the world in six literal 24-hour days, many believe this to be a minor doctrinal issue. More people argue about whether the rapture will occur before...
Book Review: Don’t Miss the Boat

Book Review: Don’t Miss the Boat

Don’t Miss the Boat can be considered Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Biblical Flood (whether or not you were afraid to ask). The point of the book is to show that the account of the flood told in Genesis chapters 6-9 is a true, historical account....
Book Review: The Dying King by Julie Cave

Book Review: The Dying King by Julie Cave

The first book in a series called “The Book of Bones,” The Dying King introduces three young people who will all have a significant role to play in the fate of the Known World. The Dying King is a novella written for the young adult audience. It is set in...

New Game: Auto-Complete Mini-stories

I’ve been noticing unusual auto-complete words coming up on my phone. For example, I was texting the church youth pastor that there was a watermelon in the . . . I started typing the next word, which started with “f” and “fridge” was not...
Book Review: Bending Willow by Jacci Turner

Book Review: Bending Willow by Jacci Turner

This YA book will have you on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next. And be ready to want to read the second part of this 3-part story as soon as you put this one down. When we first meet Riley and her little sister, Mia, we quickly realize...
A Honeypot Full of Fonts

A Honeypot Full of Fonts

I’m fascinated by fonts that have something to do with honey or bees, and I thought I’d share some of my favorites. The font I used for my logo is the first one I found with the word “Honey” in it. Honey script. If you look closely, the wings...

Why Your Website Needs to be Mobile-Friendly

Everyone is making a big deal right now about websites being Mobile-friendly. That’s because Google is once again changing its search algorithm, which is something everyone always wants to talk about, even if they don’t totally understand it. In this case,...

Web Hosting Recommendations

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Book Cover Design Tips

Book Cover Design Tips

They say, “You can’t judge a book by its cover.” But we all do it. A good book cover design should give the reader a few big hints about what’s inside, so there are often good reasons to judge it by its cover: The cover is the best way for the...