I feel sorry for reference librarians and the people that mind information booths. There was once a time when those skills depended solely on your knowledge compared to other people. Now they have to compete with search engines. At least the human touch can be much more friendly than the Googled version.
Maintenance issues abound at churches, especially the older ones. I never attended a church that had a belfry. But I wish I did so I could say at least once there were bats in the belfry. It seems squirrels in the attic would create an equally erratic outcome.
I didn’t have the benefit of a baptism in the great outdoors. Mine was in a church sanctuary. A few weeks ago, I got to witness over two dozen people get baptized outside. I overheard someone commenting about what could be swimming around that pond. Since this was in Ohio, alligators were quickly ruled out.
It was a great day of celebration and no one came up with a fish, frog or crawdad attached to an arm!
I drew this for the August 2016 CHOG News.
Happy Pentecost or Whit Sunday! This cartoon seemed like just as good a one for this day as any. Besides, It just came out in a newsletter.
I must admit I’ve never been as bold as the guy in this cartoon. I’ve had others who share my faith and from other faiths come up to me. And I admire them for their boldness. I’ve always found it easier for me to draw and write my thoughts as opposed to speak about them. No wonder I love blogging!
You may have a good idea from my blog posts where I stand. Then again, maybe I’m cryptic. If you’re curious, feel free to email or comment and I’ll be glad to share my story.
I drew this for the June CHOG News.