Get ready for this year’s Leonid meteor shower! The shower can be seen on the nights of November 16th and 17th. Unfortunately the full Moon will keep us from seeing anything but the brightest meteors this year, but go on out and see if you can spot a few! ——————————————- DID YOU KNOW? November is … Read More
We would like to thank Pastor Johnny Minick and River of Life Church in Smyrna, TN for allowing David to present to their youth class last night! David will be presenting to the church’s main assembly on Sunday, November 17th @ 6:00 PM. Bring a friend and come prepared to have an awesome time of … Read More
In September of 2012, two Russian Astronomers discovered an object, previously unseen, moving against the background of stars. Over the next few days, this object was proposed to be a comet, heading closer to the Sun. This was the beginning of our knowledge regarding the comet ISON, and since that time, we have been able … Read More
Are you ready for some amazing views of the planet Jupiter? Four of Jupiter’s largest moons, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, should be visible as well. Pull out your telescope or a good pair of binoculars and check out this awesome ‘gas giant’!
Do you live in Nashville Tennessee or the surrounding areas? If you do, come on out and join us next week at “River of Life” Church in Smyrna, TN! David will be presenting to the youth class on Wednesday, November 13th @ 6:30 PM. David has also graciously been invited by pastor Minick to come … Read More
Both creationists and evolutionists have a set of beliefs that are unobservable and must be taken by faith. Biblical creationists believe that in the beginning, the God of the Bible created the heaven and Earth. We believe that God created man distinctly different than the animals, and that we were given charge over the animals. … Read More
Messier 8, 16, 17, 20, 27 and 57 could all be seen at some point during the month of October. Did you see any of these magnificent creations? Comment on our Facebook page and tell us what you saw!
WOW! What an amazing and blessed time of fellowship we had in Glen Rose last week. So many like-minded believers, who truly have a heart for our Creator and Savior. It was such a blessing to spend time with such sweet people and to meet many new friends as well! ————————————————————– Get ready for several … Read More
Track down Messier 8, or “The Lagoon Nebula” and Messier 20, or “The Trifid Nebula” low in the southwestern sky, during the month of October.
“I, that had much rather have men not philosophers than not Christians, should be better content to see you ignore the mysteries of nature, than deny the author of it.” These evocative words of advice were given in the middle of the 17th century by the well-known physicist Robert Boyle. Through scientific experimentation, Boyle was … Read More
During October, we find the faint planet Uranus lying within the constellation known as “Pisces” Check it out with a good pair of binoculars, or if you have a scope, pull it out to get some views of the 7th planet from our Sun – Uranus! Happy Stargazing!
Hello friends, I wanted to let you all know about a project that we have recently taken on. Not long ago, I was asked to be involved in a new documentary from Border Watch Films on the little wonders of the sky: Hummingbirds. I’ve accepted the position as narrator / host, and over the past … Read More
Born in Ireland, in 1627, Robert Boyle Is regarded as the father of modern chemistry, and pioneered current practices of the scientific method. When he was only 14, Boyle was studying with the aging scientist Galileo. Robert Boyle not only was a student of the Bible, he was also responsible for the printing and distribution … Read More
Dear friends, This past Wednesday afternoon, I received some very exciting news! The beginning episodes of “Creation in the 21st Century” have been submitted to the main studios for final approval and air-date selection. Halleluiah! Last minute details are being taken care of, to ensure the programs are set to reach a global audience with … Read More
As we enter the month of October, get ready for Jupiter, the largest planet in our Solar System, to make its 2013 debut appearance. If you want to check out some of the planets moons, use a decent sized scope to see Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, orbiting the gas giant!