Marsh Blooms

Dino Doo Declares the Designer

Let me take a wild guess: Which exhibit at the natural history museum is your favorite? The dinosaurs, right? Well, even if you like another even better, you wouldn’t dream of skipping the hall with the giant skeletons! When you walk through there, what else do you see besides the Read more…

Gratitude: the Key to our Choices

One of the most important Bible passages for Creationists to learn about, remember, and maybe even memorize (your young brain can handle it!), is in the middle of Romans chapter 1. The whole book focuses on what God did in Jesus to bring people back to Himself. And right at Read more…

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Convergent Evolution

Did you know dolphins/toothed whales and bats use the same kind of system to “see” with sound? Scientists call this ability “echolocation” [I bet you can figure out why: echo + location!] and it is really fun to learn about. Here’s where things get tricky for an Evolutionist. They don’t Read more…

Instinct, Development, and You

A couple months ago I pulled my husband over to tell him we’re parents again. There is a new tiny eternal soul being woven together (Psalm 139:15) deep within me. Here’s the crazy thing about finding out there’s a baby growing inside you: a mom can go for days, usually Read more…