Solved: The mystery of the Bomb Girl Patch.

The mind is an unexplored country.

There was some sniggering in the aisles back in 2013 when Gina Elise added the Bomb Girl Patch to the merchandise at Pin Ups For Vets.

Bomb Girl Patch

Bomb, huh? As I said at the time, it appears someone had a very sheltered childhood.

Today I discover the joke’s on me. A little bit on Gina, too, but mostly on me.

Bomb Girl is riding neither a bomb nor an (ahem) appendage, but a rocket.

Visit the Blue Origin website here. And read something about the implications of their success here at XYZ.

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Ancient Evidence for Jesus from Non-Christian Sources

Ancient Patriarchs

Written by Michael Gleghorn

Evidence from Tacitus

TACITUS

Although there is overwhelming evidence that the New Testament is an accurate and trustworthy historical document, many people are still reluctant to believe what it says unless there is also some independent, non-biblical testimony that corroborates its statements.

In the introduction to one of his books, F.F. Bruce tells about a Christian correspondent who was told by an agnostic friend that “apart from obscure references in Josephus and the like,” there was no historical evidence for the life of Jesus outside the Bible.{1} This, he wrote to Bruce, had caused him “great concern and some little upset in [his] spiritual life.”{2} He concludes his letter by asking, “Is such collateral proof available, and if not, are there reasons for the lack of it?“{3}
The answer to this question is, “Yes, such collateral proof is available,” and…

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Book Review: Homeschool Made Easy

At The Well

Lea Ann Garfias recently sent me her new e-book Homeschool Made Easy. I wish this book had been available when I first started thinking about homeschooling. Her book in precisely simple terms describes the different approaches to home education, learning styles, and teaching styles without overwhelming the reader. Her writing style in humorous, graceful, encouraging, and witty. The book reads like you are immersed in a conversation with the author.

She goes on to cover what your child should accomplish in each learning stage: elementary, middle and high school. I appreciated that she points out that our children should move into the various stages based on their maturity and not age. Children grow and mature at different rates but it is so easy to get caught up in comparing our children to those in the local school system and wondering if we are measuring up. We need to be careful not to push…

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