Fun Advice and Trivia on Just About Everything
The Navbar shows you all the subjects that are covered on this site. Below, you will find the other sites that I oversee.
My Christian history site, which focuses on early Christianity, especially the first 150 years after the apostles. It also has a very thorough section on the Council of Nicea in the fourth century, which transformed Christianity forever. Finally, it covers the Protestant Reformation, which led to freedom both in Christianity and in society.
Christian History for Everyman received over 200,000 unique visitors (roughly 211,000) in 2011 and is on pace for over 300,000 in 2012.
Whether Christians like it or not, the scientific evidence for evolution is overwhelming. Whether atheists like it or not, Jesus Christ is still transforming lives and working miracles 2,000 years after his death, which is the most stunning and powerful evidence there is today of his resurrection. Can the two go hand in hand?
Proof of Evolution received over 100,000 unique visitors (roughly 107,000) in 2011 and is on pace for 140,000 in 2012
A history site on the Revolutionary War written by home schoolers, primarily my daughter, but others as well. It's in story form and very interesting.
The American Revolutionary War got roughly 92,000 unique visitors in 2011, and it is on pace to double that in 2012.
This is my trivia site, covering all my areas of interest lightly. It touches on health, grammar, chess, and even jokes.
The Information Dojo got roughly 3,500 unique visitors in 2011. It's the only one of my sites that is not hosted by SBI!. You can read my SBI! testimony, or you can read the testimonies of others at SBI itself. Either way, in case you like having visitors at your web site, or if you're trying to start an internet business, I wanted to tell you about it. (In case you think I'm just trying to sell you something, go read my leukemia blog below. My life is not about money.)
I was diagnosed with leukemia in June of 2011. My leukemia is acute. Without treatment, I would probably have been dead in July, certainly in August (barring miraculous healing by God). This blog chronicles my glorious adventure with chemotherapy, radiation, and bone marrow transplantation. As I write this, on December 16, 2011, I have radiation, more chemotherapy, and the transplant in front of me in January, 2012.
I believe that all things, even leukemia, work together for good for those who love God and are the called according to his purpose. It is my hope and prayer that my joyful and thrilling journey will encourage others to believe.
How many people get to fight a battle with a disease that kills 75% of the people who get it? Maybe it's not what you want, but when you're in God's hands and when people are inspired and blessed, it's a wonderful adventure.