September 2017 Th!nk Magazine – Faith

Dear Th!nk Reader,
How has your month been? For a lot of us over here at Th!nk, it’s been quite busy with school picking up! However, we are excited to share this month’s magazine with you, on the topic of faith. We’ve got testimonies from two teenage girls like you, and some hopefully encouraging articles about Bible verses, faith; plus a book review and some faith filled songs!  Not to mentioned the mouth watering recipe. 😉 Let us know what you think!

August 2017 Th!nk Magazine – Responsibility

Hello Readers!
How has your month been? Over here at Th!nk we’ve been switching gears to school which is starting up again soon for a lot of us whether it’s homeschool, public school, or something else. A topic we’ve been exploring is responsibility. Not just in school, however, (though definitely still that!), but in all areas of our lives. Especially in faith. Join us as we welcome our newest author (see ‘About‘ page for more), share with you some healthy school lunch ideas, learn about a new animal in G.A.C., congratulate our latest contest winner and more!


July 2017 Th!nk Magazine – Gaining a Heavenly Perspective

Wow! I can’t believe it’s already July. How have you been? What have you been up to? Well, for us here at Th!nk, we’ve been busy celebrating our 4th year anniversary and putting a lot of work into this edition! We hope you enjoy it!

This month’s theme is on having a heavenly perspective. We can often get caught up in the things of the world, but we need to realize that those things will fade away. The only thing that truly matters is our relationship with Jesus. When having a heavenly perspective, we focus our attention on our future in heaven. Read on to see how in more practical ways!

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June 2017 Th!nk Magazine – Telling Your Story/Testimony

Happy Summer!!! (Ahem, June.) We hope you’ve had an awesome month, and that this next one is better since school is out!!!!! *happy sigh* What’s your story? No, I’m serious, I do actually want to know :). Sometimes our stories feel boring, unimportant, or hard to tell. Sometimes we feel self-conscience or reluctant. But the thing is our stories -our testimonies- are very important! They hold so much power!

….but we’ll get more into that in a minute, just scroll down! You’ll also find a special interview with author C.B. Cook, and *whispers conspiratorially* her newest cover reveal!!!!! *confetti* So without further ado I present to you this month’s magazine!

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March 2017 Magazine – Holiness and Being Christ’s Bride

Spring is almost here! Welcome to March! 🙂 This month we have a lot of fun put together for you, from crafts, recipes, an interview, a new author, and more! Needless to say, over here at Th!nk, we are very excited to share this month’s magazine with you. The theme is two-fold: holiness, and also what it means to be Christ’s bride. Both of which are very important in every area of our lives. We have this very special gift: as God’s church we are also His bride. We are pure, holy, cleansed, and sparklingly beautiful! Even if we were completely filthy before.

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Not Just Knots & G.A.C. Quiz Answers- August 2014

Not Just Knots…

So this page is a knitting/crocheting page… but we never actually have taught you how to knit! How can this be? So, this month we are going to teach you the first basic things you need to know to knit. And we have an idea for practices that can also be a ministry! All you need to do it knit 7” by 9” sections and send them to an organization we found and they will connect them together with other sections to make blankets which they donate to people who need it. So this month we are going to teach you to knit so hopefully you can use this skill to bless others either through this organization or through gifts, donations, and however else you can! Since knitting is something that would take a lot of explaining to write down for you here, we have a how-to video to make it easier. Just email us and we will be happy to send it to you!

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G.A.C. Quiz Answers

1. C- They sleep most of the time

2. Yes- They do sleep a lot

3. B- They eat eucalyptus leaves

4. D- Koalas are most like kangaroos

G.A.C. on Lions

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Height: 4 feet (1.2m) (males).

Length: 5-8 feet (1.5-2.4m) (males).

Weight 330-500 lbs (150-227 kg) (males).

In general, female lions are smaller than males.

Lifespan: 10-14 years.

Top speed: 50 mph (81 km/hr), for short distances

Diet: Lions consume a wide variety of prey, from wildebeest, impala, zebra, giraffe, buffalo and wild hogs to sometimes rhinos and hippos. They will also feed on smaller animals such as hares, birds and reptiles. Lions are also known to attack elephants when food is scarce.

Where they live: Though lions used to live in most parts of Africa, they are now found only in the south Sahara desert and in parts of southern and eastern Africa. Historically, in addition to Africa, lions were found from Greece through the Middle East to northern India.

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G.A.C.(God’s Amazing Creation)& Quiz- June 2014

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According to a study that involved the dissection of over 1,400 lionfish stomachs from Bahamian to North Carolinian waters, Pterois prey mostly on small fish, invertebrates and mollusks in large amounts, with some specimens’ stomachs containing up to six different species of prey. The amount of prey in lionfish stomachs over the course of the day suggest that lionfish feed most actively from 7:00–11:00 am, with decreased feeding throughout the afternoon. Researchers have also noted that lionfish blow jets of water while approaching prey, apparently in order to disorient them.

Hazard To Humans:

Lionfish are known for their venomous fin rays, a feature that is uncommon among marine fish in the East Coast coral reefs. The potency of their venom makes them excellent predators and poisonous to fishermen and divers. In humans, Pterois venom can cause systemic effects such as extreme pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, breathing difficulties, convulsions, dizziness, redness on the affected area, headache, numbness, paresthesia (pins and needles), heartburn, diarrhea, and sweating. Rarely, such stings can cause temporary paralysis of the limbs, heart failure and even death.

Native Range And Habitat:

The lionfish is a predator native to the Indo-Pacific. It aggressively preys on small fish and invertebrates. They can be found around the seaward edge of reefs and coral, in lagoons, and on rocky surfaces to fifty meters. They show a preference for turbid inshore areas and in harbors. Lionfish have a generally hostile attitude and are territorial towards other reef fish. Many universities in the Indo-Pacific have documented reports of Pterois aggression towards divers and researchers.


This month, we decided to do a quiz that goes along with G.A.C. After reading the article above, try to answer these questions.


1. Are Lionfish…

a. Herbivores

b. Omnivores

c. Carnivores


2. When are lionfish feed most actively?

a. At 12:00pm

b.At night

c. In the morning


3. What is something lionfish are known for?

a. Their fin rays

b. Their beautiful eyes

c. How long they stay underwater


4. T or F Lionfish can kill people


5. T or F Lionfish mostly live in lakes.


6. T or F 200 Lionfish were dissected for a study

Answers are in Fun and Games section

G.A.C.(God’s Amazing Creation)- The Vaquita

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Scientific Name: Phocoena Cinus

Weight: 90-120 lbs

Life Span: The oldest ever recorded was 21 years old

Where They Live: Northern Gulf of California


The Vaquita is stocky and curves into a star shape when viewed from the side. The word “vaquita” is Spanish for little cow. The species is distinguishable by the dark circles surrounding their eyes, spots on their lips, and a line that extends from their dorsal fins to their mouth. Their back is a dark grey that lightens to a white stomach and whole underside. The Vaquita is the world’s smallest porpoise. They get to about 4-5 feet long. They are usually found by themselves.


The Vaquita is Critically Endangered. There are approximately around 200 individuals left. The Vaquita is known to be the most endangered cetacean(seh-TAY-shun) in the world.

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G.A.C.(God’s Amazing Creation)- The Polar Bear

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Polar Bear

Scientific Name: Ursus maritimus

Lifespan: The average is 15-18 years, the oldest recorded was 42 years.

Where They Live: Canada, Alaska, Greenland, Russia and Norway


Male adult Polar Bears can get to about 240-300 cm in length, and females can get in length to around 180-240 cm. Females normally weigh 330 to 650 pounds, Males on the other hand way around 775 to 1,200 pounds. Female Polar bears most likely have twins. Polar bears diets usually consist of seals.


Polar Bears status is Vulnerable. Scientists, in 2008, estimated for the population to be around 20,000 to 25,000 of them.

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G.A.C.(God’s Amazing Creation)- Alligator

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Scientific Name: Alligator Mississippiensis

Life Span: Depending on their environment, In the wild 35-55, In captivity 60-75, the oldest recorded alligator lived till 130

Where They Live: China and North America, mainly Florida and Louisiana where millions live in each state.


A large adult American alligator usually will weigh 360 kg (790 lb) and will usually be 4.0 m (13.1 ft) long. The largest ever recorded alligator was found in Louisiana and was 5.84m


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