Organic is Normal
Slavery or Liberty – That’s the big Issue
“Experts” are divided over the age of the universe. “Science” has come to certain conclusions and is also divided. History is an unfolding story. Bible believing Christians stand on a wealth of premises that are historically proven and a convincing evidence that the Creator indeed made it all very good. A basic premise in our […]
Science’s detrimental betrayal
Most of the world is not even remotely engaged at the heart of this issue. For the follower of Jesus that takes Scripture seriously we find numerous mentions of this issue. From the time in the garden the paths were set before humanity. Life or death, liberty or slavery, love or sin, what will you […]
The Evolutionary Mind
Look up the etymological root of ‘Science’. Maybe you know it already – ‘to know’. It is no surprise that humanity longs to know things. We are so curious and investigative, longing to explore and discover and create. This is the undeniable reality that has been laid down in our makeup by the Creator. In […]
Born to be curious
Where do you come from? Where did your food come from? Where does that airplane flying in the air come from? Where did that letter come from? We ask the question all the time – the question of origins. Nobody while being rational and down to earth wonders why we ask the question of origins in […]
R.A.W. Truth in Heidebeek
It is unavoidable. The little child crawling around on the floor is drawn to explore, to discover the undiscovered, push the limits and go where it has never been. We almost consider it unusual if the child doesn’t do this. The parents role is to create an environment where this can be done without […]
Epigenetics – One step closer
For the fifth time a devoted group offers a seminar that aims to restore the Biblical, Historic and Scientific foundation of true nourishment through food. Youth With A Mission in Heidebeek, Netherlands offers a two day intensive seminar with hands on workshops. 18 individuals from the surrounding area signed up and hungry to learn they […]
The famous bell curve remains true when it comes to cultural adaptation of new thoughts. Innovators and early adapters move ahead, but the main flock lags behind. The field of epigenetics is not new, but it is only decades after it first started gaining traction that the message is coming to the crowds.
We all thrive on driving change, but many resist being driven by change. Part of this is inherent in our God-likeness. We are created to create, which implies change.