Christian fiction authors have to ponder what place they can hold in an ever-diminishing christian fiction market. The news is disheartening news for fiction authors in the CBA, but there’s a small light at the end of the tunnel. Publishers are still publishing Christian fiction—this isn’t the apocalypse. If you are a Christian fiction writer, here are 5 ways you can “roll with the punches”, and adjust […]
What part of the chocolate Easter bunny do you eat first? The National Confectioner’s Association reports that 76% of people eat the ears first. I tested my family—we are 100% “ear first” eaters. Easter is full of fun traditions such as chocolate Easter bunnies, egg hunts, and pastel colors. But for Christians, Easter should also be an important time of passing down the legacy of […]
Six degrees isn’t too cold to go tubing. People always talk about summer as the most opportune time for spending time together outside with your children. While I don’t disagree, let’s not forget about winter, especially those of us who live north of the Mason-Dixon. Winter weather provides it own unique blend of family adventure opportunities, and nothing bonds a family better than freezing your […]
Would you like to enjoy celebrating New Year’s Eve without the late night and cranky children? Well you can, especially if you have young children. A couple of years ago my wife and I decided to embrace YouTube to create a unique New Year’s Eve tradition. We streamed videos of New Year’s Eve celebrations from all over the world with our children. We did this […]
“I think they want us to come and find them.” That’s researcher Elizabeth Shaw’s conclusion when she and Charlie Holloway (her scientific and romantic partner) discover 35,000-year-old cave drawings of people surrounding a giant man pointing at six circles in the sky—drawings that match findings from a multitude of other ancient civilizations. The only question is who “they” are… read more here
They say the former king’s daughter, Snow White, has escaped, bless her. You hadn’t heard? It’s all up and down the street. Haven’t you even seen all those guards riding with swords clanking? After being imprisoned in one of those castle towers for 10 long years, the poor dear somehow managed to slip through that evil Queen Ravenna’s fingers and make a run for it! […]
Pictureka Kubes is a great game to play as a family. The object of the game is to find objects, from a reference card, as fast as you can on your unique Pictureka kube. My 4 and 5 year-old children did very well. They were slow at first until they got the hang of it. This was a very simple game that could be played […]
Excited to play Pictureka Kubes tonight. I will be posting a full review of it after we play it. The box says it for ages 6+. I’m going to see if my four and five year old can play it well. I will let you know!