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NaBloPoMo 2014 Day 24, Part 2: Always Winter...

…but never Christmas. As winter settles in, I cannot help but think of this beloved story.

This illustration was drawn and painted by my dear friend Courtney Pritchard as one commission of three for my daughter’s bedroom to fulfill the  82 more words

Personal Reflection

Puddleglum

I had a lot of fun making this one.

Puddleglum is a character in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair, by C.S. Lewis. He was a marshwiggle with an amusing pessimistic outlook on things. 675 more words

Emmanuel Onimisi

Not Paper-Thin nor Pain-Free: Learning to Embrace Pain in a Healthy Way

I am thin-skinned. An easily-bruising peach with a low tolerance for pain. As my family would say, I am a “delicate flower” – small things can upset the fragile ecosystem that is me. 4,113 more words

C.S.Lewis

Clive Staple Lewis (C. S. Lewis) —— (29/9/1898 — 22/11/1963), commonly called and known to his friends and family as “Jack”, was a novelist, poet, academic, medievalist, literary critic, essayist, lay theologian and Christian apologist. 145 more words

Regular

A Deeper Magic

As I write this, Narnia is playing in the background and the Core Four (my sweet discipleship group) are sprawled out in my living room soaking up the Gospel-driven tale. 286 more words

Why I Write Speculative Fiction

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is my favorite book in the Chronicles of Narnia. I always loved the thrill of the sea voyage. I could feel the sea breeze on my face, hear the creaking of the ship’s timbers, and touch the cold spray on my face. 304 more words

Writing Life

The Chronicles of Narnia: Snowball Cookies

This week our theme is The Chronicles of Narnia.  My first book report ever was on The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe.  This was back when I was 6, and I’m pretty sure I didn’t understand the significance of all the symbolism at the time.   612 more words