Whispers in the Heart, part 1

1.00 Whispers in the Heart Art (Novum Mundum MMXI)

I was born and raised in a typical working-class household in central Louisiana, and as with all children, I had my own interests and pursuits, most fleeting, momentary. Yet, from those earliest times I gravitated to science, in particular biology, and that budding interest would come to play a major role in the direction and motivations of my life.

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Something Different…

It is amazing the course that God puts us on when we let Him! Ten years ago, I’d have never suspected that I would be in the position I am today, nor would I have – then – desired it. I was a much different person in the past, a man so sure of nature’s ability that I left no room for God, so much so in fact that I was hostile toward the whole notion of His being. Now though, I have no doubt that He is real, is in control, and He has a plan for each and every one of us.

To this end, I began writing a book several years ago that not only discussed a great deal of the biological, cosmological, historical, and statistical evidences for His existence, but also – to a lesser degree – revealed my own past and the path that I took in finding Him. That one book has now blossomed into as many as ten other projects, and all are moving forward with a certain degree of steadiness. In light of this, I thought it would be interesting if I shared with you a preview of what was to come…


Starting this week, I am going to be unveiling the first chapter of my primary book, “Remnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World,” on FOUNDRY4. I have never done this before; certainly not to this extent, anyway. Through it, I want you to know me, who I was, and how – in spite of my list of failures and sinful ways – God reached down and opened my eyes. This is my testimony, and I pray that, through my story, you may come to appreciate that God can save us all – even the most vile of us…

Due to it’s length, posts will for the time being come three-times a week (11am Central Time – Monday, Wednesday, & Friday), so make sure that you keep up with those postings. While my typical style of postings will resume in a few weeks, in the meantime I hope you enjoy this introduction to my coming book and the artwork therein. God bless you, and thank you for your support!

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But I Don’t Wanna…

I’m a particular individual and those who know me best know that I am like things just so. I make plans, I set goals, and I generally do my best to follow them to fruition. Sometimes though, I don’t get what I want, and I am ultimately forced into a circumstance I’d rather avoid. We have all been there. What though is a believer to do when all they really want to say is, “No, I don’t want to!”?

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Even in the dark, light finds a way to shine, casting away all the shadows of doubt and fear. As we come to the end of our brief foray into Psalm 23, we find the declaration of a promise that should lift our spirits each time we see it:

Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.” – Psalm 23:6

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Weekly News, August 19th – August 25th, 2017

Weekly News from around the Globe. God bless, everyone!

Top Story: Is Google Working with Liberal Groups to Snuff Out Conservative Websites? – “They’ve partnered with liberal groups like ProPublica, BuzzFeed News, and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) … And now, there are troubling signs that this tool could be used to ferret out writers and websites that run afoul of the progressive orthodoxy”

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