Quotes I Like*
Man's way leads to a hopeless end -- God's way leads to an endless hope.
*Your mileage may vary. Some quotes are puns, or require historical or technical literacy to appreciate. If you miss the humor, please re-read the Internet and then try again.
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Dr. George's Science Web is 100% kid-safe, pro-Christian and pro-Free Software. Read more about DGSW here.
The kids' area features a selection of original interactive stories (somewhat like the books where you choose your own path, except the text is more dynamic). I rotate crafts related to classes I teach, but you can make them even if you aren't in any of my classes. I've also organized six original games here. These are games that you create using a computer, but play on a table or floor (like Monopoly). At least one, Cosmic Warfare, has been actively playtested by friends and family since my college days (that's twenty-mumble years!), so it's quite high quality. I would appreciate your opinion.
The adult area focuses primarily on lesson plans where the Bible is taught using science experiments. I've found that the experiments hold the kids' attention well, and memorably link Bible truthes to visual metaphor. None of the science and few of the experiment ideas are original; see the resources page for some of my sources for ideas. However, all of the Biblical applications are original with me. Please use them to advance God's kingdom.
Finally, I have a few photo albums where I post pictures of family (especially my kids) and friends. Even if you don't know me, feel free to browse. They're just as exciting as anyone else's family photo album.
If you have a Bible study, children's church, or other kids-oriented program and are interested in a guest presenter, please don't hesitate to inquire here. The program can be tailored to your kids' ages, level of Bible knowledge, and maturity as Christians or seekers. A low-key but clear presentation of the gospel is always a part of every program. References are available on request.
All original material on this site has been released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. This provides a specific framework should you wish to improve upon and redistribute any games or lesson plans (for example) from this site.
I hope you find much of value to you here. Please feel free to send me your thoughts on how this site could improve.