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Sara J. Bruegel

Sara J. Bruegel is a young woman dedicated to bringing glory to God in all that she does. Her focus is creation science children’s ministry, reaching kids with truth and hope that comes from the Word of God. Sara has an associate of science degree in geology, graduating Phi Theta Kappa with honors. creationclues.com

Sea of Sand

The ferocious, frigid wind whipped my hair all over the place as I attempted to run up the sandy hill. The soft, white sand kept on swallowing my bare feet in each step, making progress extremely slow. Once I did…

February 19, 2016

Radioisotopes Song – for Kids

Hello, I’m Sara Bruegel, writer of Creation Clues. In just a few minutes, some kids are going to be joining me to help me sing the “Radioisotopes Song” that I wrote about radioisotope dating of rocks and fossils and the…

February 16, 2016

Mathematical Proof of God

“ . . . I can prove God mathematically using Einstein’s theory of relativity,” the medical doctor declared in the midst of a monologue about how much he loves science because of how much we can learn about God when…

February 12, 2016

Rock Time – Part 2

If you ask an evolutionist for fossil evidence of evolution, in one way or another, they will likely point you to the geologic timescale or geologic column. They try to use the geologic column to illustrate evolution of simple animals…

February 5, 2016

Creation Clues for Kids Vol 5. No. 1

Dinosaur Drama Have you ever wondered what it might be like to be an explorer, discovering new places or buried secrets of the past? In paleontology, scientists dig up and study fossil remains of dinosaurs and many other types of…

January 31, 2016

Rock Time – Part 1

“May I borrow someone’s binder for a moment?” my geology professor asked in class one day. I offered mine. He started flipping through to find our next assignment . . . and continued to flip through the thick section of…

January 29, 2016

Be Still Already!

You’re running late. Someone forgot to send that thing you need to meet that deadline tomorrow, so you’re scrambling to figure out something else. Things are tense at work. Bedtime is not happening like it should for these kids. You’re…

January 22, 2016

Life’s First Cry

I tried to breath as quietly as possibly, as mixed anticipation and excitement in the room grew. Suddenly, amid the other sounds of labor and childbirth, the first cry of a little baby reached my ears. Hearing that first cry…

January 15, 2016

Celebrating a Scientist who Rocked our World

Beautiful, delicious layer cakes are often used in weddings, birthdays, and other celebrations. Monday, January 11, 2016 marks the 378th birthday of Nicolaus Steno, who was a brilliant creation scientist of history, best known for his groundbreaking work in the…

January 8, 2016

Logical Layering

The shadow of the Grand Canyon wall offered a little protection from the heat of the late summer afternoon heat as I gazed up toward the rim, though at times it was too high to see anything of the world…

January 1, 2016