Wednesday, October 12, 2011

#31days of Exploring God's Creation- Day 12-National Earth Science Week

I'm participating with a load of other bloggers to
bring you #31 days of articles on a single topic.
The idea is to dig a little deeper and bring quality
content to readers.

Many thanks to you for reading!
and to "The Nesting Place" and also "My3boybarians" 
for hosting this event through October.

It's National Earth Science Week Y'all!

           Visit these sites to learn more and find ways
for you and your family to participate in this National celebration of our Earth!
It's a perfect opportunity for families to come together,  get outside  and learn!
We are careful to talk with our boys about our beliefs and the differences in the
Evolution vs Creation  theories - if you need more information on why we believe
in Creation you are welcome to contact me. I highly recommend the book :
"The Case For A Creator" by Lee Strobel  - We do not keep our children away
from ALL information which is based in evolution because they will come across
it one way or the other- by being involved in what they are hearing, we are able to
take an active roll in explaining the differences and to show them why we choose
to believe what we do. We believe these occasions offer a fantastic learning opportunity!

National Fossil Day poster         
National Parks - Fossil Day          Click the "Earth" above to connect
                                                     to the NASA webcast - Oct 12
                                                      1:00 pm  or 2:00 ET      

Job 35: 11

"Who teaches us more than the beasts of the earth, 
and makes us wiser than the fowls of heaven." 

Thank you for visiting! Y'all come back now- ya hear? 

Other #31dayers I think you'll enjoy:

 Mandy- Biblical Homemaking            Heathalee-ButterflyGenes:           
Melanie- Only A Breath             Amy- Missional Mamas Soul

Amanda-ImpressYourKids:             Coleen-MuralMakerandMore:
Photobucket                               31-days 

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KAT said...

Wonderful post. I love reading your blog...what absolutely inspiring words. Nature is indeed my inspiration with my art. When I clear my mind of all the little distractions of humanity ..I see the blue in the sky and I am awed every single time. I see how perfectly beautiful it is and how peaceful it makes me inside. My ears hear the birds and the wind in the tree tops and that is proof that God is great...we need to stop and listen and look at Nature and know this.

- KAT - @ Kat's Nature

Kelli- AdventurezInChild'Rearing said...

Kat, that's perfect! You'll be seeing it again in the form of a post! :) thank you my bloggy friend!