Denny and Charles’s Museum by Emma Foster

Denny and Charles’s Museum by Emma Foster

Denny and Charles’s Museum Emma Foster Denny the blue heron was the smallest out of all the blue herons that lived in the Florida reserve, but no one ever made fun of him for it because his best friend was the largest alligator in the reserve, Charles. Denny and Charles spent most of their time … Continue reading

How Much Are You Being Monitored?  A Hummingbird Lesson

How Much Are You Being Monitored? A Hummingbird Lesson

How Much Are You Being Monitored? A Hummingbird Lesson Dr. James J. S. Johnson Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid.  Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that … Continue reading

From The Breakfast Table – 7/24/20

From The Breakfast Table – 7/24/20

Well, while eating our breakfast today, we had another birdwatching adventure. Since I have been staying in more again because of this Covid-19 pandemic, there have been no trips to watch birds. No birds, no posts. Thankfully, Dr. Johnson (JJSJ) and William Wise have been adding post here. With the heat of summer, the birds … Continue reading

Watch Out! We Need Sentinels in Perilous Times

Watch Out! We Need Sentinels in Perilous Times

Watch Out! We Need Sentinels in Perilous Times Dr. James J. S. Johnson “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.” (2nd Timothy 3:1) Watch out! Dangers lurk everywhere—these are surely perilous times.(1) One of the apologetics-exhorting themes in Jude’s epistle is the need to beware of—and to forewarn others about—irreverent … Continue reading