My name is Sandra. Christian, wife, mother and passionate geographer.
As an ex home-schooling mum, and resource supplier through Ichthus Resources, I know that geography information, and particularly for Britain, is in short supply. Now that my two are grown up, I’m changing that, by putting fingers to keyboard, to share with you my love for this fascinating and diverse set of islands. And it’s freely available to all via the wonderful world of blogging.
Hi, its Sarah-Ann. Writer, dancer, traveller, filmmaker and daughter to the passionate geographer.
I discovered myths and legends several years ago, starting with ones from Greece, like the Odyssey, but then soon came across the stories of our own islands. They are so varied, rich and complex, giving a window into life at times when we barely know what was happening.
As well as retelling legends for you, I write my own historical/adventure/romance novels, learn ballet, and ballroom and latin dancing, and make movies when I can. The current project is the exciting new The Rocks Cry Out series, which I am helping Creation Research UK to create.
Hi, I’m Caleb, the Home schooled Archaeologist with a passion in the past! I specialise in the archaeology of Britain, from the beginning of time up to WWII. Egyptology is also a big passion, and I recently began to learn the complex art of reading Hieroglyphs, the ancient Egyptian’s language. As well as writing the Archaeological posts at Blog About Britain, I also take part in Test pits, mapping of ancient sites, and cataloguing and research archaeological artefacts, and am also due to soon begin my BA in Archaeology.
Hi, I am Joseph, often called Indiana Joe! I am Christian and a geologist, specifically a palaeobiologist – which basically means I dig up dead things and try to work out how they lived! I work with Creation Research International as a speaker, writer and researcher, and I also head up Creation Research UK and the Genesis Museum of Creation Research. I also have a background in archaeology, biology, zoology, and worked as a zookeeper for five years before joining Creation Research in 2019.
If you want to find out more about the ministry and work I do, visit one of the sites below. There is also a newsletter for Creation Research UK as well.
Creation Research – www.creationresearch.net
Creation Research UK – www.creationresearchuk.com
Genesis Museum of Creation Research – www.genesismuseumofcreation.com
Indiana Joe – www.indianajoe.blog
The Rocks Cry Out Project
In March 2019, the Blog About Britain team came together to start a new project for the UK. ‘Indiana Joe’ came with geology from Creation Research, Sarah-Ann with film-making from Maiden Films, and Sandra with map drawing and geography from Blog About Britain. Working together, they began a new project where UK geological locations were each filmed into a short documentary, and a field guide book written about the area. The book/video combination enables families and individuals to learn about the geology of each location, complete with maps and a step-by-step walk through the rocks around you, all from a Biblical perspective.
The Rocks Cry Out project is ongoing, continually adding new locations to its repertoire. To find out more about locations available, and upcoming areas, visit the Rocks Cry Out Website.