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In my study on the book of Acts one thing I am seeing is that the disciples are butting heads with the religious leaders and something really familiar is happening. The disciples are always saying to the leaders it’s more important to follow God than to follow you.” Do you see the problem in that statement. They can;t follow God and follow the religious leaders at the same time. The message is really clear, the religious leaders cannot be following God. Fast forward to our day when it is increasingly hard to follow God and government. When that happens we are faced with a choice. Here’s what Creacher has to say about that.





I started to think about what it means to have it all. This set of Creacher toons spells it out,


While I’m on a cartooning kick, I thought I’d share a little preview of Creacher. Sometimes the words come first, but in this case I just started off by drawing the characters and let them speak. I just started to look at the things I know and the things I wanted to share. These are some of the things I know and now you know them too.


Well I spent most of the day Saturday working on a Powerpoint presentation to go with a message on watching our thought lives, guarding our hearts and minds. I called the message “What Are You Thinking?” I decided to start with humorous stories from my childhood where my mom ended up asking, “What Were You Thinking?” I decided some simple humorous slides were in order. It’s amazing how well cartoons, the combination of words and pictures tel the story. I had some fun with these. I decided to share these without the story, so you can get the idea.


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Groundhog Day So you might why I am posting this so far after the day. Well the truth of the matter is I was going through my former posts and discovered that I did not post on February 2. It might seem like it’s too little too late. but I’ve made a commitment to myself about a daily post and I need to make sure that I keep up with that.

Commitments are important, even the ones we make to ourselves. If we let ourselves slip on them we may find ourselves getting slack and letting more and more slip. It’s a slippery slope we could end up repeating over and over again, kind of like that movie. What was it called?

Oh, that’s right, Groundhog Day.


I’ve been trying to express the way I’ve been feeling lately and that usually comes out in cartoons, So here’s a preview of this week’s Creacher.
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Sometimes the best way to vent is to hit the old sketch board. Guys there is hope. We just need Jesus!