A collection of apologetic and encouraging notes for Christians in need of some power-boosts from time to time.

It was just one of those weeks, folks. What promised to be a light schedule quickly turned into a series of first world problems. Instead of complaining, I'll look for God's sovereign purposes so I can turn chaos into a Christ-centered contemplation.
Before we leave Earth to explore the other planets, let's stop and consider our nearest heavenly body, the Moon.
Evolutionary scientists claim our planet formed 4.5 billion years ago, in spite of strong evidence it's only a few thousand years old.
Our next stop through the solar system is Venus, Earth's alleged twin. Evolution theorizes that Venus should be similar to Earth. In some ways it is...
Over at Evolution University's astronomy department, they're busy wrestling with how to make sense of data collected from telescopes and NASA space probes in our own celestial backyard, the solar system. Senators and congressman were told that science could answer big questions about the universe's origins, if only a whiz-bang scientific payload was sent to neighboring planets.
We've shown how the biology department at Evolution University face insurmountable challenges to justifying its existence. Nothing in chemistry wants to self-replicate, nor self-organize into DNA, nor self-create molecular motors, all simultaneously.
Just when you think we're done with the stairway to life, it's the evolutionists who want to add one more step. Why would they do that? Because they know the first 12 steps are insurmountable in the timeframe they have.
The wisest mortal who ever lived instructed us to go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise: which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest. A study of these lowly creatures reveals many impressive capabilities, especially when viewed as a colony.
Evolution imagines a scenario where all ten previous Steps To Life occurred in a primordial creature whose simple life is based on RNA, a molecule that holds genetic data and performs chemical reactions.
A basic question has to be asked. Once a cell has amino acids to form proteins, DNA and RNA to replicate instructions which build the cell, a protective membrane, and so on - where does the cell get all its energy?