On this episode of The Spark : "Five Things the Church Can Learn from Women's Roller Derby" is a Kelly Figueroa-Ray essay for the Huffington Post . Religion-blogger Kelly Figueroa-Ray has a divinity degree from Wesley and also actually does do roller derby --under the rinkname Bible ThumpHer .
On this episode of The Spark : Essayist and poet Greg Wrenn has been diving since he was a child growing up in Florida. His new nonfiction book will be what he describes as a, "literary time capsule," describing what it's like to dive amidst the astonishing biodiversity of the reefs of Indonesia's Raja Ampat Archipelago . He wants to write the book, Greg says, because he expects the still-pristine reefs to begin to deteriorate in the next twenty years.
On this episode of The Spark : Martha speaks with Mollie Cox Bryan, who has gone from pies to murder... at least in her writing. Mollie Cox Bryan , the author of several Mrs. Rowe's cookbooks, now writes mysteries.
On this episode of The Spark : Martha Woodroof learns more about astrophotography from college senior Daniel Stein. Daniel loves nothing better than spending entire nights photographing the night sky. Daniel Stein's website
On this episode of The Spark : Waynesboro's Ian MacRae was a bit of a computer wunderkind. He began his first computer business while he was still in high school. Twenty years later EN Computers employs 22 people and has clients all over Virginia.