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The Scourge of the Shadow Dragon is the third adventure of Captain Sun by Bryce Morgan. The 39 page e-book is available for Kindle through Amazon, or for a bargain 99 cents as an email-pdf through…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Allen Ives May 8.
Brien Sparling has not received any gifts yet
A couple of websites worth your look-over:
1) Zen Pencils by Gavin Aung Than; His take on a CS Lewis quote is at GoComics site http://www.gocomics.com/zen-pencils/2017/01/02 and a short bio of his life is here:
http://www.gocomics.com/news/between-the-panels/3338/gavin-aung-than-zen-pencils . Gavin is not a Christian…Continue
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*When you've got a little $ overage, gotten that bonus for a project well done, or had a large bill that turned out to be a small bill...and you want to give a praise offering: hit the donate button on the left hand side of the CCAS page.
*When you've got no extra dollars, but giving to a site that is maintained for your benefit; and giving to the work of…Continue
Holiday Season 2015 and 2Cor9:6-15
All Souls Day, Los Dias de Muertos, Thanksgiving, Veteran’s Day and Christmas are among the hundreds of days in a year created by God, and every day should be celebrated. But they are also special opportunities to worship God and love others, to celebrate the good things in the world and people around us. Rather than grousing at the tawdry commercialism that is once again revving up its tired songs and plastic decor, we can take the…Continue
Just finished Creature Tech (Top Shelf productions 2005) by Doug TenNapel. Wow, so creative! The art is fantastic ink-brush cartooning. Incredibly skillful story takes bizarre twists and turns without every losing my heart or brain. I live close enough to California's central valley to vouch for the authentic valley touches and characters. The theological details (Arthropod heaven for a beloved Mantis bodyguard) are extra-scriptural but the heart of this book is…Continue