"Last time we failed. Are you sure it's wise to try again, especially on such short notice?" Max asked with concern. "Chill out Max, like he said, this is nothing like last time. Just revisions, nothing more," Nate commented. "Fifty hours, though," Levi protested. "Operation Flame already received hundreds of hours during November. Don't you … Continue reading Camp Nano 2018
“Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen. Remember how he told you, while he was still in Galilee, that the Son of Man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men and be crucified and on the third day rise.” Luke 24:5b-7 It was the most marvelous day in history. three … Continue reading He Is Risen!
As many of you know, today is Good Friday, generally the time we remember Christ's atonement for us on Calvary. Along with the Resurrection of Christ, this is the most important event in history for those who believe. The fact that God the Son Himself came to die for his sinful creation is simply incredible, … Continue reading Good Friday
For all of you who are wondering about how All Things is going (assuming that you exist) I'm gonna give a little excerpt. Granted, it is a little of a cheat, since this section is already published on NobleNovels.com, but I can't just go release all of it, now can I? Here you go, Enjoy! … Continue reading An Excerpt
This last weekend (the 15th, 16th, and 17th) was the annual Men's Prayer Advance, a time when we as men get out into the wilderness to camp for three days, and to spend that time seeking the face of God. This has always been a favorite time of year for me, a highlight in my … Continue reading Worship God
"Commander Malachi has to go!" Secretary Lennox's voice echoed down the corridor of the Mission HQ building. "I've been waiting for this moment ever since I was made secretary, and now is the time!" "We're all with you," Nate said with an evil grin, cracking his knuckles. "That is, Nate and I are with you," … Continue reading Chaos…and Camp
"BOOM!" Thunder roared outside as rain pelted the windowpane of the Mission control office. The entire Mission Control officer staff was at work, busily typing or reading or writing away at their respective stations in relative silence. I glanced up from my work and looked around at the faces of each of the men. Judging … Continue reading The End…but really just the beginning.