Monday, July 17, 2017

We are in Phoenix Arizona where it is very hot. We have embarked upon the post-production of our new Footprints of God  documentary “Elijah and Elisha: the Conscience of the Kingdom.”

IMG_3351The first is a picture of our Old Testament timeline being prepared in the studio  to set the stage for the prophets and their place in the salvation story.

IMG_3354The second is me recording the voiceovers for over 80 scenes.

Tomorrow we begin adding artwork and music and filming the extra scenes that we need to add here in Phoenix.

One includes a bull, another eating grasshoppers, another was a raven, riding a Segway thru history and a bull’s-eye T-shirt.

Stay tuned… and please pray for us.

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Too Many Children Harm the Earth – Correct?

by Steve Ray on July 17, 2017

I saw this on a response from Jennifer Fulwiler to some nutcase named Amanda Marcotte who loves lots of cats but denounces lots of kids. I developed it a bit further.  Patrick Madrid who has a beautifully large family also responded.

Lately in the media people are condemning more than two or three kids per family because it’s a danger to the environment and the earth. This little list, though very incomplete, shows what would happen if every family in the past heeded this mistaken concept.

My son has seven children and my daughter five. I expect great things from all of them.

Here are a list of some people who were later children of large families.

Thomas Edison (child #7) Bach (child #7) Mozart (child #7), Benjamin Franklin (#15) Celine Diaz (#14) and Stephen Cobert (#11), Mel Gibson (#6 of 11), Dolly Parton (1 of 11), John F. Kennedy (8 siblings), Martin Sheen (#8 of 11) and many more….

I wish the people promoting small families with cats instead of kids would just keep their mouthes shut.  Do what they want to do but don’t impose their uninformed politics and screwed up “morality” on everyone else.