I am so excited to share the Creation Science 4 (and by) Kids show with you!
My family has had a few reluctant readers in it, my own kids are just getting old enough to share my blog posts with (I’ve made them come listen a few times to an article I thought they needed to hear), and creation podcasts have been a blessing to me for the past few years. No longer do I find chores or long car trips a drudgery, I’ve got podcasts to listen to!
It just seemed right to provide you with something in an audio format instead of requiring you to stare at your screen even more.
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Here’s my goal for the show:
- Learn what the Bible has to say about science from beginning to end
- Share cool science news
- Discover the rich heritage we have in creation scientists
- Laugh and enjoy God’s wonderful world
Wanted: Science Explorers!
Most important, I want this to be a place for kids to share their own explorations into science. Every show features something a young person has studied or written. The more of you who send in things, the less often my kids have to come up with something.
I’m interested in most anything you might write:
- Reports (the kinds of creatures in your backyard are the kinds of things other kids only read about!)
- Field Trips (been to a museum or zoo? Tell us about it!)
Drop me a line:
Send me a voice recording:
This is the most exciting way for you to be a part of the show! If you’ve got a smart phone, you’ve got a quick way to send your own voice right to me. It’s so easy the hardest part is typing in my crazy email address!
Here’s how to do it:
- Go to your app store
- Type in Auphonic
- This icon should show up:
- Download and open the app
- Tap the big red record button:
Please keep your recording to a max of 8 minutes (short is great, but I’ll edit as necessary)
We’d love to hear your first name (not last) and where you’re from (State/Country)
- When you’re done, go to the “recording” tab, name your file if you want and tap the upload icon.
- Pick your email program, and get ready for the toughest part of the process
- Type in my address:
- Put something in the subject line so I know it’s a recording and please spell your name for me
I’ll try to use what you send, but can’t make any promises
One tip if you’re nervous: I make mistakes all the time, but the trick is, it’s easy to cut out whole words and silence. It’s hard to edit mushed up words. So, if you flub up the first time, take a breath and say it again clearly. With editing, it will sound amazing!
How to Keep Up with New Shows
You can find all the shows and show notes (articles about the topic with the links I used to research things ) right HERE. If you sign up for the CS4K Club, new episodes with the download link will show up in your inbox automatically.
But you can also keep up with the show wherever you are. Did you know your smart phone is a portable podcast player? You can listen at any time, anywhere.
Even if you prefer to use your computer to listen, it would be a big help if you would leave us a review on iTunes. Reviews are one of the big ways they know the show is worth listening to. I’m sure to attract some nasty comments from those who think it’s a crime to tell children about Jesus our Creator, so it would be great to have positive feedback as well.
Thanks so much!
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Lord our Lord, your name is the most wonderful in all the earth!
It brings you praise everywhere in heaven.
From the mouths of children and babies come songs of praise to you.
They sing of your power to silence your enemies who were seeking revenge.
Psalm 8:1-2 Easy-to-Read Version
Although my favorite translation is the KJV for its beauty and starting texts, the English Standard Version does such an amazing job with Psalm 111 I open each episode with it instead.
Theme music adapted from All God’s Children by Aural Night