GAME BLURB: These unique board games are designed to be both exciting and educational. They are not knowledge based. They are not the boring roll a die, take a turn, and then answer a question type of game. Rather, these Biblically based board games are both intense and interactive. They are thoroughly researched and team play-tested. As such, they have a high degree of replayability. Enjoy a fun and quick paced experience.


BOOK BLURB: Rekindled is a historical fiction about how Roger Williams becomes the original architect of the separation of church and state. He must survive the men that intend to silence him in order to engineer anddemonstrate a new society structure that will protect people voicing ideas and heartfelt convictions while keeping civil peace. If he fails, the tragedy of needless loss of life and livelihood will continue unabated on both sides of the Atlantic. Roger Williams obtained the first charter for the colony of Rhode Island in 1644, as an explicit experiment in the separation of church and state. Rekindled is also a historical fiction about Miantonomoh, an Algonquian prince from the elite line called the Steward rulers. He must prove himself a competent general, diplomat, and family man to lead the Narragansett and other Algonquian. If none like Miantonomoh succeeds cruel English puppet prince Uncas will rule but rapidly lose followers.

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1. If you could have witnessed and/or met someone famous in their childhood, who would it be? Why?

2. If you could find the personal diary of one person from history, whose would you want to find? Why?

3. If you could have a copy of The New York Times from any single day in history, which day would it be? Why?

4. If you could have a dinner party and invite anyone from history (present and past) who would you pick and what would you do?


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If I could meet someone famous in their childhood I would want to meet Queen Victoria.  I would love to know what she was like as a child, how she acted and how she lived.  I think she would be interesting to visit with and see how it was like to be a princess.

1. I would choose Jesus because i'd like to know how he was as a child. :) (please don't enter me for the board game just the quilt)

I would probably pick the newspaper that featured when the Titanic sunk.

My grandmother was 28 years old when it sunk.

Wish I had known that back then, instead of just finding out about it.

2. Albert Einstein, and not to find out how he discovered stuff but to find out what he thought besides that. :)

Please enter me for both!

Benjamin Franklin would a fascinating dinner guest! I would keep it casual and laid-back and just let the man talk!

I would like to have known Jesus as a child and watch Him grow up. Wouldn't it be wonderful to have Him for a friend?

I would love to sit down and talk to Rebecca Boone.  She had to be a strong woman to put up with Daniel's roamings and adventures.  I would like to discuss how she survived during this time period without her husband being gone a lot.

I would love to have met Louisa May Alcott when she was younger.  I bet she was an interesting child.  I would also liked to have met Jane Addams.  She grew up to do so much for the poor in Chicago.  I wonder what influenced her.  Thank you for a chance to win and Happy Holidays.

I would love to have met Jesus as a child ... and so many other Bible characters! Sometimes I wish you could see and read all the 'behind-the-scenes' things that are going on in all the stories, But especially with Jesus: what was He like as a child? Did He cry a lot? Did He make friends easily? What was His personality? Did He have a favorite food? Did He ever fight with his siblings? Was He a good student in His synagogue school? Hmmm. So much I'd love to know!! One day, we can ask Him! :D 

I would love to see Ben Franklin grow up and explore his surroundings, and how he experiments. 

1. I would have loved to see Abraham Lincoln as a boy. We've read about him reading by candlelight, and losing his own mother but I wonder if his height was perhaps an issue and just how he developed such compassion and such great wisdom.

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