No animals have been harmed in the production of this cartoon. We have a cat. The kids have been tempted to do such a thing, but so far, so good. I hope this doesn’t give them an idea.
I look at this cartoon in two ways. On one hand, wisdom is valuable. It is rare and expensive but worth the price. I’ve seen plenty of smart people without much wisdom.
On the other hand, if you bill someone for an outrageous sum, is it wise? We’ll leave that up to the store clerk to find out.
Yes, I’ve had a few tests like that. It’s amazing how our priorities change when we come upon a test, isn’t it? Tests and promises seem to go hand in hand!
My wife is a children’s director for our church. You would be right if you supposed I have heard similar words before. About ten years ago, I would be hiding like this guy. But now I realize it’s great to be in children’s ministry. I like to see the future. And I’m not scared when I see it. They have more potential than us grumpy, proper grown-ups!
I love church bulletins. As a child, they kept me busy. They gave me something to doodle on as I listened to my grandfather’s sermons. It was fun to read the words he had typed in the bulletin while I heard him preach. It was like stereo for the mind.
Bulletins are an important part of church communications. Hey, if you need some, go to Warner Press. My employer would be so glad!