Sunday, 16 November 2014


I need to acquaint you with a card amusement. It's not like any card diversion you've played and this deck is certainly not like any deck you've ever rearranged. It's called Soularium: fifty interesting pictures intended to start noteworthy profound discussions.

Ever recognize that it is so natural to begin a discussion around a film or TV show? They give a perspective, something to talk about and cooperate over. Similarly, Soularium™ is a friendly exchange. A regular and simple approach to investigate the otherworldly adventure of others. Something remarkable happens when we take a gander at a picture. It evokes affiliations that are as exceptional as we may be. Pictures are similar to a Rorschach test: it isn't the inkblot that recounts the story, its what we see in the inkblot.

Everybody is on an otherworldly adventure. You can come close by someone else on their adventure by investigating where they've been, the place they are presently, and where they're going. Making inquiries and really listening can open a route to noteworthy otherworldly discussions about Jesus. While there are any number of approaches to start an otherworldly discourse utilizing Soularium™, here is maybe the least difficult:

The most effective method to INTRODUCE Soularium:
With somebody you don't have any acquaintance with you may say: I'm investigating how individuals on grounds depict their life and profound excursion through pictures. In the event that I put forth a couple of inquiries would you be ready to let me know which pictures resound with you?

With a companion you may say: I've got this set of pictures that are an incredible route for individuals to impart about their life and profound excursion. There are five inquiries that provide for us a beginning stage to discuss our stories.

As a major aspect of a assemble on grounds, I'm attempting to become in my capacity to listen well and comprehend other individuals' profound adventures. These pictures would appear that an accommodating approach to have a discussion about what's vital to individuals. Your reaction will help us to better comprehend what understudies crave in life and otherworldly existence. 

Tuesday, 12 March 2013


A solar cell is an electrical device that converts the energy of light directly into electricity by the photovoltaic effect. It is a form of photoelectric cell which, when exposed to light, can generate and support an electric current without being attached to any external voltage source.

Thursday, 10 May 2012


Aubrieta (also Aubretia) is a genus of about 12 species of flowering plants in the cabbage family Brassicaceae. The genus is named after Claude Aubriet, a French flower-painter. It originates from southern Europe east to central Asia but is now a common garden escape throughout Europe. It is a low, spreading plant, hardy, evergreen and perennial, with small violet, pink or white flowers, and inhabits rocks and banks. It prefers light, well-drained soil, is tolerant of a wide pH range, and can grow in partial shade or full sun.

Tuesday, 20 March 2012


We live in a visual culture. Because images connect deeply with our emotions and experiences they also enable us to engage people in spiritual conversation on a deep level.

In an easily transportable packet, Soularium provides 50 4x6 original photographic images and 5 simple exploring questions that allow the user to engage in one-on-one spiritual conversations with non-believers. Questions explore students' desires for their life and spiritual journey and provide many bridges to dialogue about Jesus. Staff and students have found that not only do they enjoy using it, but non-believers do as well. Easy to use with random students, classmates, and friends. Fits well with the CoJourners EXPLORER role. Companion website allows you (and the people you talk with) to explore further the desires and spiritual journeys expressed by students on your campus and beyond.

In my opinion, it's the best tool since the 4 Spiritual Laws. -Demarick in Omaha

[Soularium] empowered students to engage in got spiritual conversations started easier than any other tool I've seen.- Tricia in Waco

It's a barrier breaker when it comes to talking about spiritual things. It puts everyone on the same page.- Julie in Salt Lake City

Christian students love using Soularium - It's my 5th year on staff and I've never seen students be excited like that [about evangelism]. I've done [other evangelism] surveys for 5 years and I've never had strangers willing share the things they did.- Lindsay in NYC

Packet includes 50 Photographic Images, Instruction Cards, List of Questions and 25 Business Cards directing users to the Web site - all in a plastic carrying case.

Friday, 4 November 2011


A sunroom, sun parlor, sun porch, or sun lounge is a structure, usually constructed onto the side of a house, to allow enjoyment of the surrounding landscape while being sheltered from adverse weather conditions such as rain and wind. The concept is popular in the United States, Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
In Great Britain, the term conservatory is usually used to refer to a sunroom despite not being used as a greenhouse as traditional conservatories were. However, sunrooms with opaque roofs may be considered distinct from conservatories with transparent or semi-transparent roofs. In general the term conservatory and particularly English conservatory evoke the image of an ornate structure, echoing the traditions of the Victorian era of conservatory building.