My wife (Tasha) has just completed her third book: Maia of the Forest. This time it’s an adult coloring book that was inspired by her season of depression and anxiety. It’s a retelling of Thumbelina as an allegory of depression. This is by far her best project yet. The art and story are both amazing. I’m so proud of her.
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My wife and I like to do art projects together. Well, she’s a natural artist, while I dink around with a drawing tablet colouring in her art. A few years ago we made a lo-fi noir/detective/drama/comedy graphic novel called Reklas Abandon, and now we just launched a Kickstarter for our second book: Where I Go When I Sleep.
My Digital Seminary exists because I was unable (time and money) to attend seminary. That said, I have been slowly working on a distance Bachelor’s degree, most of which I obtained through credits for teaching the courses at the Bible College where I taught. However, the final semester (this Autumn) is a thesis defense that requires full tuition and also physical presence (in Hungary, no less) for the defense and graduation. It all comes to $1,800.
On the latest episode of Beyond Reading the Bible (#5), Randy and I discuss the Tanak, why the order differs from the English Old Testament, and what difference it makes.