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Thursday, 30 October 2014 05:33

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 October 2014 05:41
De-volution NOT evolution! PDF  | Print |  E-mail
The Word
Thursday, 30 October 2014 01:06

Belief in molecular Evolution demands a way be found for the genetic make up of a plant or creature to gain new information. There is much variety built into the blue print of each life form, and the ability for each generation to lose genetic information over time, either through adaptation or preference breeding, but there is no way for brand new information to be added to the original blue print (ie. Instructions, DNA etc) for said life forms. If an organism has lost information over time,this is de-volution not evolution! Evolution aka new and higher life forms from lesser forms, is simply impossible.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 October 2014 09:21
Review: "Nancy Drew Labyrinth of Lies" PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 12:21

Review: "Nancy Drew Labyrinth of Lies" - PC

Reviewed by Yolanda for FamilyFriendlyGaming

SCORE: 70/100

Nancy Drew Labyrinth of Lies on the Personal Computer is the thirty-first first person perspective game from Her Interactive. They are churning these games out about as fast as paper back books come out. Know what is missing from this game? I will get into that in just a little bit.

Last Updated on Sunday, 26 October 2014 13:32
An interview with Carrie Turansky PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 12:18

An interview with Carrie Turansky, Author of The Daughter of Highland Hall

When family expectations and societal pressures collide with love and faith, which values will emerge the victor? Award-winning author Carrie Turansky explores this theme in her new book, The Daughter of Highland Hall (Multnomah Books/October 7, 2014/ISBN: 978-1601424983/$14.99).

Book two in the Edwardian Brides Series, The Daughter of Highland Hall, follows 18-year-old Kate Ramsey on a journey of self-discovery as she travels to London to make her societal debut. Her overbearing aunt insists she secure a marriage proposal from a wealthy, titled man. As Kate begins making the round of balls and garden parties, she attracts the attention of a man who seems to have all the qualifications on her list. Yet, is he the best choice? Will this lifestyle bring her true happiness?

Q: At the beginning of The Daughter of Highland Hall, readers will find the scripture Matthew 6:33. What is the significance of that verse in the story?

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 October 2014 13:58
Music Video: "Stand Up" by Worship Central PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 12:16

"Stand Up" Music Video by Worship Central from the album Set Apart.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 October 2014 08:57
"Evolution is compatible with ‘religion’" PDF  | Print |  E-mail
The Word
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 01:06

Arguments Evolutionists should not make!

If that is true, why do the ‘new atheists’, in their zeal to stamp out belief in God spend so much time promoting and defending evolution with its billions of years of imaginary time? And why aren’t more high-profile evolutionists ‘religious’, and more specifically, Christians who acknowledge the authority of the Bible in all matters of which it speaks? Why is it that organizations set up to prevent criticism of evolution are so anti-Christian? Even a supposed Christian such as physicist Dr. Karl Giberson tacitly admitted that a Christian faith that was compatible with evolution, for him had been reduced to ‘going through the motions’ merely because of family and Christian college employer expectations. The Cornell University atheist biologist William Provine acknowledged that a faith that was compatible with evolution would be “indistinguishable from atheism”. On the other side, Dr Albert Mohler, President of the influential Southern Baptist Seminary, in Kentucky, said, “There can be no doubt that evolution can be squared with belief in some deity, but not the God who revealed himself in the Bible, including the first chapters of Genesis.” No, evolution is the atheists’ creation myth, a substitute for Christianity, as the evolutionary philosopher of science, Dr Michael Ruse, admitted; it is not compatible with biblical Christianity.

Clearly, evolution is about keeping out God.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 October 2014 09:39
Review: "The Princess Spy" by Melanie Dickerson PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 12:30

Review: "The Princess Spy" by Melanie Dickerson

Reviewer: Jamie for CTFDevourer

Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 4/5

Margaretha’s mind was spinning. She wasn’t sure what to believe. She had thought him mad, until he’d told her the story about Lord Claybrook murdering his sister’s friend because she was pregnant with Claybrook’s child. Had his unbalanced mind invented the story? The details, including the fact that he claimed they were both from the same part of England, made his story seem more authentic. If his story was true, then he was indeed in danger, and so was she, simply because he had told her. Now she understood why he hadn’t wanted to tell her his name.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 08:29
Review: "Super Smash Bros" PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 12:21

Review: "Super Smash Bros" - Nintendo 3DS

Reviewed by WMG for FamilyFriendlyGaming

SCORE: 56/100

Nintendo has decided to go on a rampage discriminating against Christians. Even after Family Friendly Gaming spent over a thousand dollars covering Super Smash Bros, they decided to deny FFG a reviewable copy. So the EIC took a suggestion and used Gamefly to rent Super Smash Bros. Much cheaper than lining Nintendo's greedy pockets. Nintendo does have a long history of treating Christians like second class citizens.

Last Updated on Sunday, 26 October 2014 13:26
Music Video: "Wild Side" by HillaryJane PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 12:16

HillaryJane Releases "Wild Side" music video.

HillaryJane matches a visual to her single "Wild Side" - a song about being confident in being truly different. Wild Side is from HillaryJane's debut EP 'Stix and Stones' which released this summer and peaked at #3 on the iTunes R&B charts.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 October 2014 08:40
"Rise" by Trip Lee PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 01:42

The acclaimed rapper, songwriter, poet, author, pastor, and Brag Ministry founder delivers a clarion call to listeners everywhere with the record and literary work that's encapsulated in its very title.

Working with longtime producer Gawvi for the entire album in his Atlanta studio, Gawvi and Trip crafted a cohesive body of work that captured a modern energy within a timeless structure, utilizing real instrumentation, strings, keyboards, and original soul-inspired vocal samples.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 20:00
"Set Apart" by Worship Central PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 01:42

Set Apart is a passionate follow-up to Worship Central’s critically acclaimed album Let It Be Known, which was described by Worship Leader magazine as a “must have” and tapped as the magazine’s No. 1 “Editor’s Pick” for worship albums in 2013.

With Set Apart, Worship Central director Tim Hughes (“Here I Am To Worship”) and team members Ben Cantelon (“Love Came Down”), Nikki Fletcher (“All Glory”) and Luke Hellebronth (“Spirit Break Out”) deliver a new set of songs written both in and for the Church. The album also features guest co-writers including Dove Award nominee Benji Cowart and GRAMMY Award nominee Jason Ingram.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 20:00
"Love Ran Red" by Chris Tomlin PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 01:42

Chris Tomlin releases an all new album filled with powerful worship and an overarching theme of love and passion. Love Ran Red features featuring his single, "Jesus Loves Me" and "Waterfall."

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 19:59
Review: "Thunder" by Bonnie S. Calhoun PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Monday, 27 October 2014 12:30

Review: "Thunder" by Bonnie S. Calhoun

Reviewer: Jamie for CTFDevourer

Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 1.5/5

“I have dreaded for years that this day might come, and now my fears have grown fruit. There is no choice. You must leave, and do it before your father gets back.”

Summary: Catching Landers and trading them in for bio-coins is part of the culture in Selah’s world. The Company up on the mountain considers them valuable and will pay good money for those who capture them and turn them in. Sick and tired of being viewed as less valuable than her brothers, Selah decides she’s going to prove her worth by capturing a Lander of her own. When her brothers interfere and steal her prize, she assumes the adventure is over – until she wakes up the next morning with the mark of the Landers tattooed onto her chest that is! Secrets are revealed – her birth father was a Lander and consequences are given – she must escape before her stepfather finds out or he will turn her in to the Company as well. Selah determines the logical course of action is to free the Lander her brothers are taking to the Company and get his help finding her birth father. Sneaking under the radar will be far from easy in this world that encourages betrayal and greed.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 08:22
Review: "Just Dance 2015" PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Monday, 27 October 2014 12:21

Review: "Just Dance 2015" - PS3/PS4/Wii/Wii U/Xbox 360/Xbox One(tested)

Reviewed by Paul for FamilyFriendlyGaming

SCORE: 87/100

There is a reason the Just Dance franchise is the king of the dancing music games. This dancing game consistently gets better with each release. Some years the improvements are better than others. Just Dance 2015 is better than Just Dance 2014 in my personal opinion. And I have still been playing Just Dance 2014 a year later.

Last Updated on Sunday, 26 October 2014 12:37
"In The Heart Of The Dark Wood" by Billy Coffey PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Monday, 27 October 2014 08:14

It's a fool's errand—but this quest through the dark woods is the only chance Allie has of ever feeling at home again.

Mary Granderson’s body was never found after a tornado swept through the town of Mattingly. For her daughter Allie, each of the 542 days since have robbed her of a bit more hope that her mother will come home. Allie’s father has turned to drink in a failed effort to contain his grief. What light still shines in Allie’s life comes from three things: her best friend Zach, the broken compass Mary gave her just before the tornado struck, and the nativity scene that has sat in their front yard ever since—mother, father, and child together.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 08:10
10/27/2014 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Monday, 27 October 2014 01:00

The top songs in Christian Rock (CHR) this week.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 04:54
Review: "Ballpoint Universe Infinite" PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Sunday, 26 October 2014 12:21

Review: "Ballpoint Universe Infinite" - Wii U

Reviewed by Sam for FamilyFriendlyGaming

SCORE: 58/100

I am a little on the odd side, which means Ballpoint Universe Infinite is the perfect game for me to review. We play this downloadable only home console video game as a doodle. We explore odd landscapes, and then go into shooter levels. Side scrolling 2D shooter levels.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 09:34
Overlooked PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Sunday, 26 October 2014 01:04

By Rob Cook


So I was reading the parable of the sower this week for like the umteeth time and something struck me today from the story that I never paid attention to.

This is going to sound stupid but I never claimed to be a rocket scientist. So what did I overlook a million times in the parable of the sower? The sower. The farmer planting the seeds.

Last Updated on Saturday, 25 October 2014 10:53
Review: "Paper Monsters Recut" PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Saturday, 25 October 2014 12:21

Review: "Paper Monsters Recut" - Wii U

Reviewed by Paul for FamilyFriendlyGaming

SCORE: 82/100

The ninety-nine cent app Paper Monsters has been ported over to the Wii U in the form of Paper Monsters Recut for $7.99 (at the moment this review was written). I have not played the Android game, so I can not speak for all of the differences. I do know the Wii U has off TV screen play.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 09:34
Raychel Rose, 16, Aspiring Author PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Saturday, 25 October 2014 01:36

Name, Age, and State:
Raychel Rose, 16, Iowa

Job-title: Aspiring Author

Web/blog site URL:

Give us your job description in 25 words or less. I write young adult fiction to inspire and ignite a story in others.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 October 2014 08:19
Ty Alaxandar is Overcoming Obstacles... PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Saturday, 25 October 2014 01:11

STORIES FROM THE MISSION FIELD from AMTC (Actors, Models, and Talent for Christ)

Ty Alaxandar is Overcoming Obstacles and Finding The Good

Tyler Griffin (Ty Alaxandar) knew he was called to perform at a very young age. Little did he know that God would ask him to model in American Eagle campaigns, act in off-broadway productions, sing on Reality Dance TV’s Boys Of Summer tour, and dance his way into being the CEO of his nonprofit organization, Fit to Flow.

Last Updated on Friday, 24 October 2014 12:03
Review: "PING 1.5+" PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Friday, 24 October 2014 12:21

Review: "PING 1.5+" - Wii U

Reviewed by Paul for FamilyFriendlyGaming

SCORE: 84/100

We get all kinds of interesting games to review here at Family Friendly Gaming. Some weeks the reviewable copies just keep piling up. Some games are good, some games are of lower quality. Everyone wants us to write them an amazing review and make them rich. Too often I am trying to find a nice way of giving them bad news.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 09:35
"Old Fashioned's" Writer/Director/Actor Takes Stand PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Friday, 24 October 2014 12:12

Watch the movie trailer here!


Rik Swartzwelder, the writer, director and primary actor of Old Fashioned, chats with Adam McManus in this Sneak Peak about the desperate need in our culture for chivalry to make a comeback.

“I grew up in a culture that taught me to objectify, to not respect, to not be concerned with the damage I was doing to myself or others by playing carelessly in the field of romance,” confessed Rik Swartzwelder in this revealing and personal conversation with McManus. “I ended up going down a lot of roads I wish I hadn’t gone down.”

Last Updated on Friday, 24 October 2014 12:48

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