The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews is a wonderful story of how the small things we do and the choices we make day-by-day can have an impact for years to come and on people whom we will likely never meet. The illustrations are beautiful for kids of any age. However, I found […]
In 1896, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church condemned bicycling on Sunday for enticing parishioners away from church and violating the Fourth Commandment: The Sabbath, the Lords Day of rest for the body, and of worship for the soul, is especially threatened by many unscriptural innovations Sunday bicycle pleasure riding Hard to imagine in our […]
You can teach what you know, but you can only reproduce who you are. –Jonathan McKee
Illustration — Rub your eyes, ask God to see your full potential, through His eyes.
Write something about the struggle a flying insect goes through to try and get through a glass window. You can try and guide it out an open window or door, but instead it tries to flee to safety and continue knocking its head against the glass. Put yourself in the place of the insect, and […]
I want to write something relating the Israelites dissatisfaction of the quail and manna God provided for them in the desert to the dissatisfaction people find in material things, and the fact that they are always wanting more. Illustration: Dog offered a big bone by a butcher. Sees his reflection in a puddle and decides […]