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Classroom Consolidation

I love working with kids at my church. I pray I won’t get too old to act silly in Sunday school, play a little Twister and drink red punch.

I’ve seen older people that just love kids and a few who… well, let’s just say life has been tough on them and they are no longer user friendly to babies.

Let’s keep the faith and stay young, if only young at heart.

Off the Chip episode 219

“The company wanted to save money so they hired a new I.T. consulting firm.”

I heard the other day of a consultant who’s primary task was to keep himself working with a client. He didn’t want to do anything that would put him out of work so he kept doing scrappy little pieces of work to look like he was bein successful, yet he was ensuring he wasn’t reaching the ultimate goal.

I have also seen a few luddite I.T. guys before. Can’t say I blame them. A new technology comes along and it’s just new enough to mess up the whole system when implemented. There is nothing like starting from scratch just when you have all the computers talking nice to each other!

Facing your fears

Cartoon reads: “You see, Roger? That’s why I don’t like facing my fears.”

I thought I’d just take one of my roughs out of my sketchbook. Is it facing my fears of showing my rough lines in all its glory? Perhaps. I do a lot of sketching but haven’t had much time to create polished artwork unless I can invoice it.

Prayer Life

“The hospital called. Your prayer life has been rushed into intensive care!”
Yes, there has been those times where my face gets flushed because I realize I haven’t prayed most of the day. Come on, Kevin! You can’t run on batteries all day!

NAEN Ministries: Work is its own reward

They say good work is its own reward, eh?
I create a monthly comic strip for NAEN Ministries. Once in a while, I like to take a cliché and see what happends when I twist it around. Good work is its own reward, but it’s still good to receive a paycheck from it.