I was young when I first read A.A. Milne’s books, Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner. So young, in fact, that I didn’t notice his playful capitalization, giving proper names to Very Important Things. I also failed to notice any family resemblance between elephants and heffalumps, or between haycorns and acorns. Fortunately, I was […]
My wife loves plants. I love beautiful places that encourage a restful heart. The result is that I have learned to love gardening and the general niftyness of the plant world. Caring for plants can also open our eyes to larger truths. For example: After thinking over the relationships I’ve been blessed with, I’ve concluded […]
The inimitable ND Wilson has just released another novel, Outlaws of Time #2: The Song of Glory and Ghost, and we’ll have a review for you on Friday! In the meantime, this seems like a good place to share an interview Wilson did with the good folks over at Apologia Radio. Watch for some thought-provoking […]
What is imagination good for? And why do we need imaginative stories? The real world is full of beauty. Normal lives are full of drama. And beneath it all is Truth; bright, hard, sharp as the point of a spear. So why make stuff up? Why read (or play at) things that aren’t real? Because […]
From the Bible – Luke 2:8-21 From The Jesus Storybook Bible: pg 184 “Glory to God! To God be Fame and Honor and all our Hoorays!” — You can download the complete Family Advent Art and Reading Guide or just download the art for printing and crafting by clicking here.