I am a believer, a husband, a father, and an artist. I have been a researcher at heart for as long as I can recall, always burying myself in any interest that I have found myself drawn to. While everything from archaeology to zoonosology has its own level of intrigue for me, I have always gravitated to biology in particular. That love of biology brought me to the world of commercial biotechnology, and though it was a vastly intriguing field to be involved with, I turned away from it and focused my attention on other things. My greatest joys in life now are found in the relationship I have with my Savior and in the special time I spend with my wonderful wife and three lovely children. I am an avid researcher of the science behind Biblical Creationism, and as such I am a proud member of the Creation Science League, the Creation Research Society, Associates for Biblical Research, and the International Association for Creation, and I have spent the last several years writing and illustrating my first book on the subject (hopefully soon to be published). In the meantime I write a weekly blog (www.foundry4.com) on various relevant topics from science and history to philosophy and personal experience, all from a Christian perspective. I am currently pursuing an education in Bibliology, and have been vigorously applying the insights gained from that pursuit towards teaching others in Bible Studies and preaching the Word every opportunity I get.
The darkness of this world can be overwhelming sometimes. Today is worse than yesterday, and tomorrow shall most assuredly be worse than both. Times are hard, and faith seems to be ever more scarce. Even so, for those who hold fast to the Lord, they shall find comfort:
“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.” – Psalm 23:4
Few things are meant to last forever. Materials wear out. Parts break and need replacing. Nothing does well for very long without regular maintenance. Even more so than physical objects, our souls need to be mended too.
“He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.” – Psalm 23:3
We’re not always lucky enough to experience tranquility. In fact, more often than not, our lives seem to be the very antithesis of the notion. Even so, there is peace to be had if we will but trust enough to enjoy it…
“He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.” – Psalm 23:2
Hi there. It’s been a few busy weeks but I found time to post a new collection of art tonight. I was recently commissioned to produce some posters for a new Creation Museum that is currently being developed, so here are two of those pieces along with two others I made while in the habit. Check them and other my other posted pieces out here, or if you have already seen the others, just scroll down to see the newest additions. God bless.
Things happen. That’s a simple, if understated, fact. What goes with it is that, most of the time, those things are out of our control. How we handle those events is what defines who we are, how others see us, and how we manage life.