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Cartoonology

April 3, 2017 by  
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Tweet Cartoonology. There is great theology in cartoons and comics. You can get a dog to do almost anything through rewards. People respond to rewards, too. But we need to be careful about being motivated by rewards only. There is a higher motivation – love, and even a dog can be motivated by love. M. more »

Cartoonology: There is Great Theology in Cartoons and Comics~ Traditions

September 9, 2011 by  
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Tweet We play Pictionary every year when my children and grandchildren visit for Thanksgiving. It can get pretty hilarious sometimes. The guys in the family resist playing, at first, but can sometimes get into it the most. This has become one of our annual traditions, but traditions can be observed more often. Most of us more »

Cartoonology – There is Great Theology in Cartoons and Comics

July 10, 2011 by  
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Tweet Pain is something no one enjoys; yet pain is actually a gift from God. Pain serves as a warning to protect us. Pain is necessary although we sometimes would be happy to give it away. My earliest recollection of pain is from touching a hot stove. Since we lived near the sawmill where my more »

Cartoonology: There is Great Theology in Cartoons and Comics

June 28, 2011 by  
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Tweet Do people still fly kites these days? Just think. Without kites we might never have had electricity. I spent quite a few days flying kites growing up. Flying a kite can be a great exercise in futility. I had some very successful attempts, but I can easily identify with Charlie Brown. The scriptures teach more »

Cartoonology: There is Great Theology in Cartoons and Comics

May 8, 2011 by  
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Tweet by Don Wimmer; Created by Pat Brady My maternal grandfather would often say, “I’d could stretch a mile if I didn’t have to walk back.” Have you ever wondered why we stretch and yawn? No one seems to know for certain, but most agree that they are instinctive reactions. Yawning is a type of more »

Cartoonology: There is Great Theology in Cartoons and Comics

April 10, 2011 by  
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Tweet Art by Thaves Easter has always been a great time of year.  I have many fond memories of Easter as a child.  Coloring and hiding eggs, getting chocolate candy and dressing in new clothes was a big part of it.  Anyone remember those white buck shoes and blue pinstriped suits?  Of course, Easter was more »

Cartoonology: There is Great Theology in Cartoons and Comics

March 7, 2011 by  
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Tweet Comic by Rick Stromoski What does it mean to have freedom in Christ? Some like to think it means do anything you want and still be saved and go to heaven. Wrong. Freedom in Christ means that you now have the liberty to be what God wants you to be. It is a good more »

Cartoonology: There is Great Theology in Cartoons and Comics

February 8, 2011 by  
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Tweet Being aware of our tongue can be most beneficial.  The tongue is a very important part of our body and life.  It is made up of numerous muscles and organs that enable us to do some very important things such as speaking, eating, swallowing, tasting, etc.  We could not do without our tongue. The more »

Genuine Christmas

December 19, 2010 by  
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Tweet Christmas is a wonderful time of the year.  I love Christmas-time.    Celebrating it in a genuine way continues to be a challenge, however.  Did you notice that stores started promoting it early in October this year?  Someone told me they saw decorations the end of September.    To add to the challenge, we have liberals more »

Blind Man’s Bluff

November 19, 2010 by  
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Tweet My generation learned to play a lot of games growing up. Our games were outdoors for the most part. We played hide and seek, snake in the grass, tag, dodge ball, jump rope, softball, badminton, Annie over, cowboys and Indians, cops and robbers and blind man’s bluff. Blind man’s bluff can be rather dangerous. more »

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