A few years ago, I did several pieces of artwork for the kids area of Living Stones Church in Crown Point, Indiana. As I was looking through my files today, I ran across some work I did for the entrance to their children’s section.… Continue Reading “The Garden”
Winter jokes from nine and ten year old kiddos.
Bob never missed a beat in any song… he had turtle-recall.
I was searching through my email this morning and ran across this note that one of my publishers forwarded to me. The world would be a better place if we all encouraged each other this way 🙂
No need for shoes if you can go bear foot.
Sure, the pig was a pretty good stick handler, but no one else ever got a chance to shoot when he was on the ice.. he was a puck hog.
Fun fact… ducks typically get going very early in the day… usually at the quack of dawn.
It was difficult to sell food at the teddy bear factory because no one was hungry… the teddy bears were already stuffed.
It was going to be a tough case to figure out, so the police commissioner assigned it to the alligator that always wore a vest. He was, after all, the very best inVESTigator they had.
I’m trying something a bit different on WorshipHouse Kids. I’ve loaded up a couple of five minute countdown videos that feature me drawing a picture from start to finish. I call them Drawing Board Countdowns. I don’t know if this will be anything people… Continue Reading “Five Minute Countdowns”
A little known fact about dinosaurs… one of them was such a bad driver, scientists nicknamed it Tyrannosaurus Wrecks.
Last Sundays sermon was based on the little boy who gave his lunch of two fish and five delicious buttermilk biscuits to Jesus to feed a crowd of 5000. I was only able to get one of those two fish drawn before the end… Continue Reading “Sermon notes 07/18/21”
It’s officially June so I guess summer is kinda here… let the chariot races begin!