A millennial entrepreneur has launched a book company for the express purpose of teaching the Bible and core tenets of Christianity to babies and toddlers.
Danielle Hitchen, a work-at-home mom of two living in the Washington D.C. metro area, was frustrated with the lack of resources aimed at teaching the theological basics of the Christian faith to babies and toddlers so she decided to develop her own. To that end, Hitchen founded Catechesis Books in February, and is set to launch a series of books to catechize the next generation. The first one to be produced is titled Bible Basics: A Baby Believer Counting Primer and is scheduled for release in early December.
"One of the things that makes Bible Basics unique is that it goes beyond Bible stories to actual theology," Hitchen said in a phone interview with The Christian Post on Monday. more >>
The release date of "The Winds of Winter" (TWOW), the sixth novel of George R. R. Martin's epic fantasy series "A Song of Ice and Fire" (ASOIAF), puzzled fans for several years now. A page of an Amazon shop suggests that the highly anticipated book will come out early next year.
Is TWOW Finally Coming?
The release date of "The Winds of Winter" (TWOW), the sixth book of "A Song of Ice and Fire" (ASOIAF) series, remains uncertain. George R. R. Martin recently updated his followers that he is back to work after enjoying the Worldcon 2016. Does this mean that the highly anticipated fantasy novel is coming sooner than we thought?
Martin was noticeably silent on his social media accounts since he attended the Worldcon 2016 on Aug. 18-21. On Friday, the 67-year-old author posted a short update on his live blog to inform his fans about what he has been up to since the big event. more >>
Some critics might be questioning Tim Tebow's intentions for trying to start a professional baseball career, but the former NFL quarterback insists that he's willing to make sacrifices in order to fulfill his dreams.
"This isn't about publicity. It's definitely not about money," he told reporters, according to USA Today Sports. "I took a pay cut to do this. For me, you pursue what you love regardless of what else happens. If you fail or fall flat on your face, and that's the worst thing that can happen, it's OK."
While his baseball pursuits have been the subject of jokes on social media, Tebow questioned why his pursuit of the sport was under scrutiny. more >>
In a day and age when many professional athletes succumb to lust and the pressure of sexual temptation, former NFL Player and Super Bowl-winning tight end Ben Utecht says he wore a wedding band even before he was married to guard against the temptation of sexual sin.
Utecht, the son of a Methodist pastor who grew up to not only star at the University of Minnesota but also play for the Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Bengals before his career ended after suffering his fifth documented concussion in 2009, has released a new book detailing his life story so that his wife and four daughters can understand why it is that their husband and father may one day not even recognize who they are.
In his book, Counting the Days While My Mind Slips Away: A Love Letter to My Family, Utecht explains that he is losing his memories. more >>
"The Amazing Spider-Man #17" opens a new dilemma for Peter Parker.
Things are getting really serious as comic book fans will witness the death of two popular characters: Prowler and the old Electro.
Villain 1: The Female Electro more >>