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Dr. Dvorak

Dr. Jim Dvorak is Professor of Greek and New Testament and Chair of the Division of Bible at Oklahoma Christian University.

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Will it work? DIY Headlight Renewal

The headlights on my '08 Saturn Astra are super oxidized and "foggy" from UV damage. I've already used one of those headlight refurbishing kits, and it worked for a while. But now the lenses are so cloudy that it noticeably dims the headlights whe...

Upcoming DIY job

Hmm...a can of clear coatsome blue painter's tapeultrafine sandpaperand (not pictured) a black plastic trash bagCan you figure out what treatment my car will get this weekend? Maybe this will help: https://youtu.be/UEJbKLZ7RmM [Also, I haven't re...

Shocks installed

I was racing the clock this evening to get my new shocks installed before dark. So, I didn't record the step by step work. But here's a shot of one of new shocks installed (it's basically the same on both sides, so only one photo).

a little DIY mechanic work coming soon...

I finally got my tiny garage (I guess it's not really a garage since I can't fit a car in there) organized and all of my tools put away. It's a good thing, too, because I have some work to do on my car this week and the coming weekend. Yesterday (...

Moving a queen-sized box springs up a narrow stairwell DIY style

Our belongings finally arrived to our house, so we have been unboxing and settling in. Of course, one of the first things we wanted to set up (after several weeks of sleeping on air mattresses) was our bed. We were able to get the mattress up the ...

The old cinder block and tread board bookshelf

In a day or two (hopefully!!), the PODS containing nearly all of our belongings will arrive at our home in Burlington, Ontario. We're praying that everything inside each of the 16 ft. containers will still be intact when we open the doors. In one ...

Stripped out door hinge screws? A quick DIY fix.

My front door was starting to sag and to become quite difficult to latch because the screw holes on the upper hinges were stripping out. As a result, the screws would not bite into the wood and, thus, would not hold the door up where it should be....