Cartoon: Pretend I’m Zacchaeus

Cartoon of a boy and dad. The boy says, "Let's sit in the balcony so I can pretend I'm Zacchaeus."

Cartoon of a boy and dad. The boy says, “Let’s sit in the balcony so I can pretend I’m Zacchaeus.”

As a kid, I was fascinated with balconies. Maybe it was because our church didn’t have one while other, bigger churches did. Maybe it was because that was where all the rebel kids seemed to go so they could get away with mischief. Or perhaps it was because whenever I heard the story of Jesus and Zacchaeus, I imagined Zach in a balcony instead of a sycamore tree. After all, balcony and sycamore tree almost rhyme, right?

I drew this cartoon for the June, 2012, Church of God E-Newsletter.

Cartoon: students and prayer life

Cartoon of a teacher and boy. The teacher says, "I want to thank you. Ever since you've been in my class, my prayer life has skyrocketed."

Cartoon of a teacher and boy. The teacher says, “I want to thank you. Ever since you’ve been in my class, my prayer life has skyrocketed.”

Certain students can bring out the best in us, whether we want them to or not! Some kids know what buttons to push and can even look like an angel while doing it. But that’s okay. Many times, it’s the ones that challenge you the most, that turn out to be the leaders and influencers of the world. Besides, when they have kids, they’re bound to have one just like them!

I drew this for K! Magazine.

Float Them Down the River

Cartoon of a mom rushing to the aid of a baby in a basket. A boy says, "But if they did it to Moses, why can't I float him down the river?"

Cartoon of a mom rushing to the aid of a baby in a basket. A boy says, “But if they did it to Moses, why can’t I float him down the river?”

Don’t try this at home, kids! I drew this for the May, 2012 edition of the Church of God Newsletter.

Double Trouble

Cartoon of a mom and two boysCartoon of a mom and two kids. The mom says, “I don’t know what you two have been up to, but you look like double trouble.”

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