Answers for Athiests Conference

From left and down and around the table 😉 : Jo, Grace, Nickie, Elise, Ashley, Grace, Tony, Leah and Christina. 🙂 I am behind the camera (a prestigious position, to be sure). ;P

AiG Conference! Sooo, about a week after the women’s conference Jo and I got to join Grace, Nickie, Leah, Elise, and Christina on yet another venture to Kentucky. This conference was being held over Easter weekend at the same time the Athiests’ convention was being held in Cincinnati, Ohio. The AiG conference was hosting such keynote speakers as Ray Comfort, E. Z., Mark Spence, Ken Ham, Dr. Jason Lisle, and so many more. I was really excited to be able to go.

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Answers for Women Conference

The reason I haven’t been doing reviews lately is because I’ve been traveling and will be traveling the better part of this month. So just a short explanation as to why I’ve been rather negligent of my reading and reviewing. 🙂 And since I’m already on here I figured I’d add some pictures.  Bright Lights (a young ladies’ discipleship ministry based out of Iowa) had a booth at the Answers For Women conference and invited some of the leaders to come along. Jo and I were elated and eagerly accepted the invite. So on the 4th of April Emily, Nickie, Karen,  Continue reading

My Grandma

This year started out rather sad for my family. My grandma (my dad’s mom), Connie Mae Snow Edwards passed away on January 3rd- a dismal beginning for the New Year. She lived for 81 years (2/15/1937- 1/3/2019), brightening this world with her beautiful smile and kind words. She was married for 60 years to my grandpa, Floyd Leroy Edwards, and they had two children: my uncle, Bruce, and my dad, Troy.

I decided to post something I wrote this morning as I sat contemplating Grandma’s life and how much she meant to me….

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Thoughts on Freedom

This post is for the 77th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day and the entrance of America into World War Two. To honor all those who bravely fought to retain our freedom from tyranny. 

  I love reading history and seeing how our freedoms have been preserved to make America one of the greatest nations on earth. One of my favorite things (aside from reading and talking) is to ask questions. Questions that cause contemplation, create curiosity, and fill one with longing for logicality.

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