Buck Knives Announce new Marketing Manager


Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Buck Knives Welcomes New Marketing Manager

Ryan McGinnis joins premiere knife maker

Post Falls, ID – Stepping into the position of Marketing Manager, Buck Knives is pleased to welcome Ryan McGinnis. As a key member of the Marketing Team, McGinnis will provide strategic oversight and aid in driving a consistent and cohesive brand experience for Buck Knives. McGinnis will be responsible for consumer and trade marketing programs, creative and content development, new product launches, and supporting Buck Knives’ omni-channel sales strategy. With extensive knowledge of the marketing and branding experience, McGinnis will further develop and strengthen Buck Knives’ voice and vision through strategic execution of brand efforts, marketing plans, and deliverables.

McGinnis spent over eight years in the knife industry, serving in several marketing roles at Benchmade Knife Company. During his time at Benchmade, McGinnis created and managed marketing and sales materials and programs, including producing…

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Who Is the Holy Spirit?


He will guide you into all the truth. For He will not speak on His own.—John 16:13

The Christian faith is a religion of the Spirit, and unless we are continually filled with His divine resources, then our lives are largely ineffective. If the Scripture places so much emphasis on being possessed by the Holy Spirit, then it follows that we ought to find out everything we can about the One who seeks to indwell us.

I say “who,” for the Holy Spirit is not just an impersonal influence, nor is He just a sense of fellowship when we get together, nor an enthusiasm over ideas or causes. It is evident from the personal pronouns used of Him in the Scriptures that the writers viewed Him as a member of the Trinity, equal in honor and status to the Father and the Son. However, the Holy Spirit does not…

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A Qwerty Question


John 8:12

Your keyboard a QWERTY?” asked the cyber techie with a sardonic smile.

“Course it is!” I snapped back, hoping to mask my ignorance with an annoyed response.

I didn’t want him to think that I didn’t own the latest computer hardware, or that I had been napping at a rest stop on the information superhighway.

He left with a smug, self-satisfied look that said he had left me in a gigabyte of dust with no escape key in reach. I hurried to my dictionary of computing terms to see how badly I’d been had. As it turned out, every American’s standard keyboard is a “QWERTY”—and has been since 1867!

“I knew that!” I yelled after him lamely, although he was long gone.

I discovered, too, in reading, that QWERTY—the first six keys on the top row of letters—were an inefficiency created by design. As typists got faster, they…

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VIDEO Solid Ground


“A Psalm of David” is a wall art print done with a quote from Psalm 23: 1-6 as an overlay on an art print I have done using a color photograph of a rock ledge on a mountain.

As a Christian artist, I seek to make sure that the biblical quote I am using is a good marriage with the art print I put it on. In this particular case, I was working with this Bible verse trying to find a suitable print to put it on. When I came across this photograph, I knew it was a fit. Finalizing the font and positioning the verse on this print was a tedious process of trial and error. I am pleased with the final look, as the font I chose looked best with the picture of the ledge in the foreground and the mountain valley below in the background. The shot…

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