Self Help

Repost from TheGatewayPundit re: Michigan Home Schools

Michigan State Board Members Warn State Homeschool Registration List is a Precursor to “Unwarranted Home Entry”

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Repost: 3 Plus Your Life- Get Married by Brad Wilcox

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Is Christianity Anti-Science?

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There are lots of niche professions not suited to everyone, but for the person with the eye, skill, and ability to learn, there are niche professions that society needs.

Here’s one about a cobbler, click here to view the article.

In the article, it also talks about those who are able to revive old clothing in an artistic way.  In today’s economy, that might be a good choice as a gig job for someone who is a talented seamstress.  People also used to take ironing as a side job.

It is worth thinking about what skill you have that others need and developing that on the side.  While you may not feel your skill is that unique, there are people devoid of that skill, who need it, or who simply may not have the time to do the task themselves.  This is not the economy of the elaborate, esoteric, and  unnecessary.  Basic everyday goods and services are what matter.

Additionally, if you are professional and clean up after yourself, people will be impressed if you can leave the job site as good or better than you came to it.  There are hands-on people who can do good work, but then leave a mess or don’t clean up.  If you are neat and tidy, you will earn for yourself a good reputation and people will be more likely to call you for repeat business.

It is possible to get trained in a “hands-on” type of profession by going to a community college at significantly less cost and time than a four-year school.

For other “hands-on” type jobs and job ideas, visit



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Repost: Adam, Not Apes | Dr. Brian Thomas, Ph.D.

Psalm 2:1 Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing?

2 The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord, and against his anointed, saying,

3 Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us.

4 He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision.

5 Then shall he speak unto them in his wrath, and vex them in his sore displeasure.


The evolution vs creation question is at the crux of every law created by man to “break the bands” of the laws of God.  If man evolved from the slime then he answers to no one and it becomes the survival of the most brutal and most treacherous and most lawless that win over mankind.  We see that happening today.  If man was created by God (which he was) then all of mankind is answerable to the laws of God.

This is why the evolution vs creation question matters.  It may seem like an moot, unimportant word game or argument, but all of the ills of society rest on the answer to that question and up until now, the wrong answer has prevailed.  This is why all thinking people should simply follow this man’s example; if you can’t articulate the discussion yourself, simply send a video link and let him do the talking.

As he says, you don’t have to be the Ph.D.  Simply send a video link or post it on your Facebook page and let the video do the talking.

Psalm 68:11 The Lord gave the word: great was the company of those that published it.


It does not take every member of the body of Christ doing the research of answering any particular question.  What is important is that the “company” gets the information out.  All can participate in that either in person or through social media.

Repost: Adam, Not Apes | Dr. Brian Thomas, Ph.D.


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