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Dee Farrell

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  • Why Your Church Needs Apologetics

    Many Christians shy away from sharing their faith because the person they talk to may reject them. It's a possibility, even for those experienced in evangelism. Just ask Todd White.

  • Egyptian Mummy DNA Supports Biblical History

    A recent study has solved a 200 year old mystery. Well, only one mystery which then led to another the experts will probably never solve.

  • National Native American Heritage Month

    National Native American Heritage Month starts November 1. Native Americans have done much more for the Untied States than bring food to a picnic. Massasoit was a great man, but there are many others. Take the time to discover and honor them for the contributions to this country on every level. Please take advantage of the low price of our curriculum for National Native American Heritage Month. It is available for instant download, is adaptable for classroom or homeschool use and takes very lit…

  • How To Speak Christian Vol.1

    Christianity has its own vocabulary. I learned it the hard way by hearing it and hoping for someone to enlighten me. Of course this was way before Google. Still, I thought it might be helpful to give you a rundown on some of the most used words from an inside the pew perspective. Born again. Not a Matt Damon movie but a state of being. This is the result of asking Jesus into your life. It is like starting over but now Jesus is on the inside of you. In Revelations Jesus says, “I stand at the …

  • Why We Should Live What We Preach
     

    Christians are strange. At least I thought so as a teen. Now, after I’ve been one for thirty plus years…yeah, Christians can be strange. I used to work in a town with a lot of transplanted southerners. They came to work in the car factories. You could always tell they originated from the south even if they didn’t have an accent by the way they stressed the first part of words. DEE-troit is not an original Michigander pronunciation. We say de-Troi(t) never really sounding the last t, a left…

  • Fashionable Christianity
     

    My daughter wants purple hair. I cringe at the images swirling behind my raised brow of gaudy strings of livid color. My mother’s mantra of understated elegance has been drilled into my head since birth. Her own look never strayed from natural hair, moisturizer and red lipstick. It must have worked because before she married my father she was never in want of boyfriends. I strayed from this model of perfection in my teens– strawberry blonde streaks and purple eyeshadow followed by my Marily…

  • Three Questions Every Christian Should Know How To Answer
     

    If you are engaged in sharing the gospel today, you know that apologetics is the new evangelism. It is not enough to know what you believe. You must know why and be able to articulate it in words meaningful to the educated skeptic next door. Much like the Pharisees, the atheist may be able to get off by saying, “I don’t know”, but a Christian needs a ready answer. Below are three questions directed to believers. Before you consider them, let’s take a look at the belief that generates these q…

  • Is America Nearing The End of Her Rope?

    Recently I was with a group of friends, and the conversation included stories of our nationalities. As usual my mind began to wander. I was listening to the hyphenated identities with the word American listed last. I think of this as an improper fraction. The United States of America is a place that began as an idea. The idea is stated eloquently in the Declaration of Independence. It reads, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by thei…

  • Of Helicopters and Subs. Is There a War on Parenting?
     

    Helicopter parenting is getting bad press these days for good reason. It creates annoying parents and weak, whining kids. At least that’s the consensus of many teachers. But it wasn’t so many years ago that parents were made to feel inept if they weren’t affirming their baby in the womb (think “visiting” the baby in your womb), making sure their child ate nutritionally sound snacks–preferably organic, provided a “green” lo voc paint nursery and home (with a pet that licks its privates then th…

  • How to Live A Well Thought Life
     

    It has been said by numerous studies that today’s young adults are more educated and less happy than previous generations. Their unhappiness is understandable considering that their college degrees do not guarantee them a job. US News reported November 13, 2014, that the average college debt neared $30,000, and for some colleges it was closer to $50,000. I’d be unhappy too if I had to try to pay that off while working at Burger King. But finances are the tip of the iceberg. Advancing self tr…

  • 5 Reasons to Use Christian Historical Fiction in Your Classroom

    Learning history today is complicated. Political agendas clutter the view. Opinions can substitute for facts. We need a Joe Friday to moderate, “Just the facts, ma’am.” Textbooks are filled with facts. And they are boring. Why? Because the facts are lifted from their context of human struggle. What’s left is a dry, lifeless list. Historical fiction writers do their best to research settings, dates, attitudes, clothing, etc. to make their story as real as possible. Then they create a…


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