Colored Glasses Or Bias

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Kid's Think & Believe Too! | 0 comments

“Dad, I am confused,” said Mary at the evening dinner table. “Today, my friend Suzie and I were looking at some beautiful flowers in her front yard and I told her I thought it was wonderful, all the bright colors God used in some flowers. But Suzie just laughed, and said that God didn’t make the flowers. Evolution did! I kind of got mad! Dad, how can she not believe that God made the flowers?” “Well Mary, it is probably what Suzie was taught about the world,” Mr. Jones...

Read More

The Bible – Myth or Truth?

Posted on Oct 11, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

Mary and her new friend Sally were in the living room looking through a book. “Dad, take a look at this!” Mary called out, “It’s a picture of a guy holding up the earth!” Mr. Jones looked at the picture in the book. Smiling, Mr. Jones replied, “That’s a picture of an ancient Greek myth about a so-called god named Atlas, Mary.” “What’s a myth, Dad?” Mary asked. “Many years ago, when people were confused or didn’t understand something, they would sometimes make up stories to...

Read More

The Dazzling Dragonfly

Posted on Sep 6, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

If you are ever around lakes, ponds, streams or wetlands, keep your eyes open for a fascinating and beautiful long-winged insect. You might see one perched on a reed, warming in the sun, with its wings outstretched. Or you might see one zooming over the water like a little supercharged helicopter, zigzagging and darting this way and that. They might race towards you at a terrific speed, stop in an instant, hover, move backwards, buzz to the left, and dart to the right,...

Read More

Camels – Desert Marvels!

Posted on Aug 23, 2013 in Articles | 3 comments

Sporting one or two humps on its back, a bushy clump of hair on top of a small head, stumpy little ears, big bushy eyebrows, a groovy nose with a split upper lip, big yellow teeth, long legs with gnarly knee caps, and huge feet, the camel has to be one of the more comical creatures living today. On top of all that, they have really bad breath, spit, and sway as they walk! Although they might look funny, each and every one of these parts was designed by God for a camel to be...

Read More

Those Amazing Frogs

Posted on Jul 26, 2013 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

Early this spring, I saw several of our “pet frogs” sitting by our irrigation pond that had recently filled with water. They had survived another cold winter. Have you ever asked yourself, where frogs go in the winter? As we look into how they survive harsh, freezing conditions, we see how God has provided for the needs of His creatures. Because frogs don’t make their own body heat, they are considered cold-blooded. They depend on other sources of heat to keep warm – the...

Read More

Living Fossils for Kids

Posted on Jun 7, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

“Here is an interesting article in the newspaper about a discovery of a new ‘living fossil’ “, Mr. Jones told his family. “I don’t get it, Dad! A ‘living fossil’?” asked his daughter Mary. “You taught us that a fossil is something that was once alive, or something left by something once alive, like an impression or track, that has turned to rock. So a fossil is not alive!” “You are right, Mary. A ‘living fossil’ is a plant, insect, or animal which is alive and well today...

Read More

Colored Glasses or Bias

Posted on Mar 1, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

“Dad, I am confused,” said Mary at the evening dinner table. “Today, my friend Suzie and I were looking at some beautiful flowers in her front yard and I told her I thought it was wonderful, all the bright colors God used in some flowers. But Suzie just laughed, and said that God didn’t make the flowers. Evolution did! I kind of got mad! Dad, how can she not believe that God made the flowers?” “Well Mary, it is probably what Suzie was taught about the world,” Mr. Jones...

Read More

Healing Plants

Posted on Nov 30, 2012 in Articles | 0 comments

Billy, Mary and Mrs. Jones were in the kitchen baking cookies when Billy yelled, “Oww! Mommy, I burned my fingers and they hurt! Mommy, make them feel better!” After putting Billy’s hand under cold running water, Mrs. Jones asked Mary to snap off a small leaf from the aloe vera plant on the window sill. Then Mrs. Jones dried Billy’s hand, squeezed some gel from the broken end of the aloe and began to gently rub the gel onto Billy’s fingers. “Does that feel better, Billy?”...

Read More

Protecting the Plants

Posted on Oct 19, 2012 in Articles | 0 comments

“In the beginning, God created a beautiful, perfect world. It was full of life, without sickness, pain, suffering or death,” Mr. Jones told his son Billy and daughter Mary during evening family devotions. “However, Adam’s sin changed all that. When he disobeyed God (sin) and ate the fruit that God had told him not to eat, sin and death came into the world (Romans 5:12).” “Is that why bad things happen, Dad?” asked Mary. “Yes,...

Read More

Thank God For Air!

Posted on Aug 17, 2012 in Articles | 0 comments

When you get up in the morning, take in a deep breath and then gently blow it outward across your hand. What you feel moving across your hand is air. Now take another deep breath and thank God for air! You probably already know that you need air to live – just hold your breath for a few seconds and you will quickly understand just how much you need the oxygen in air to live! However, air is much more than just oxygen and does many things for us besides enabling us to...

Read More

Our Amazing Kidneys

Posted on Aug 3, 2012 in Articles | 0 comments

In order for us to live, God has designed our bodies with some very special organs that all have certain jobs to do … the brain, the heart, the lungs, the kidneys, and many more. Every bit as important as our hearts are our two kidneys. You need at least one kidney to live! Our two dark red kidneys are bean-shaped (kidney beans have the same shape) and are each about the size of an adult fist. They are located just under our back ribs, on each side of our spine. The kidneys...

Read More

New Think & Believe and Kids Think & Believe Too! are now online

Posted on Jul 27, 2012 in Newsletter | 0 comments

We wanted to let all of our readers know that we have posted the newest Think and Believe and Kids Think and Believe, Too! to the website. I have provided the links below.  New articles like: “Danger! Cliff Ahead!”; “New Research and ‘The Fountain of Youth’”; and “Creation/Evolution – The Real Conflict” are there for your education and encouragement.  For kids we have the article,”Our Amazing Kidneys,” as well as games. Please forward on links...

Read More

Subscribe to Our Mailing List

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

Subscribe to Our Mailing List

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Thanks for Your Purchase!

Would you like to subscribe to our mailing list? Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team, and be the first to know about new products and special offers in our store!

Thanks for Your Purchase!

You have Successfully Subscribed!