Waiting for a Sign? — Post by Mary C. Findley

  Many people know that I've spent the last two years not writing much of anything. A few blog posts, some editing work, but the only publications in those two years have been volume 5 of our homeschool curriculum, Conflict of the Ages V: The Ancient World, Student and Teacher Editions and the summary version, …

Why Elk Jerky? — Post by Michael J. Findley

When I was a young teenager, a group of men from our church went elk hunting. They brought back some elk meat and gave it to my mother, brother, and I. It's tougher than bison or venison we were told. So my mother marinated it and turned it into jerky. It was a slow process, …

Let God Be True, and Every Man a Liar — Post by Michael J. Findley

We live in an age where man is not only the measure, but men sit in judgment on God. People think that God just doesn’t measure up to their standard of right and wrong, so of course their progressing, evolving standards judge God. While this attitude is nothing new, and goes back at least as …

What does it cost to be a Spiritual Warrior? — Guest Post by Pastor George McVey

  Pastor George told us he was inspired to write this blog by ours, "Molon Laba, Come and Take Them. " When he shared it with us Michael said it was better than the one he wrote, so we wanted to share it with our readers. An online and writing acquaintance of mine has a …

Bringing Light, Casting Shadows: A Review of Lisa Grace’s Angel in the Shadows

Many friends and blog readers may be offended that I have read and am reviewing a book sometimes classified as "Christian Horror." Calling it an oxymoron or worse, some people say horror has no place in Christianity. What is appropriate to write and call Christian is a big area of disagreement. Workshops, seminars and conferences …

The Hows (And Whys) of E-Books

Screenshot from Kindle of a page from The Illuminated Hope and the Black Lion Do you really understand the spiritual warfare taking place in publishing? Christian publishers and bookstores are, to put it mildly, not very Christian anymore. There is a desperate need to make writers aware that secularism is a real and powerful enemy …