Clyde and Benny by Emma Foster

Clyde and Benny by Emma Foster

Clyde and Benny by Emma Foster Clyde was an old crow who lived in a tall pine tree in the darkest part of the woods. Because preferred to spend time away from all the other birds and forest animals, he didn’t have any friends. Many of the other birds avoided him because they were afraid of … Continue reading

Laughing Is Good For The Soul

Laughing Is Good For The Soul

A friend sent me a message with a Kookaburra video. and was wondering if this is a Kookaburra. In response, I reminded her of these previous articles here. We all need to laugh and let off some of our pent up boredom, fustration, idleness, loneliness, or just Need A Good Laugh for our soul’s Well-being. … Continue reading

Double-take on Public Math

Double-take on Public Math

Dr. James J.S. Johnson, who writes great articles here, has just written an article for the Bibleworld blog. It is well written and worth reading. Check out: Double-take on Doing Math in Public Double-take on Doing Math in Public: Chinese Fudge Factory Doubles Output Dr. James J. S. Johnson “O Timothy, keep that which is committed … Continue reading

Interesting Visitor To Our Feeder

Interesting Visitor To Our Feeder

Do you know what a House Finch looks like? We have been fortunate to have several families of these Finches visit our bird feeders lately. It is always enjoyable to have these little birds come by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. In fact, these little flying avian wonders come by for snacks also. In other … Continue reading

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Habitat Restoration

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Habitat Restoration

Self-isolation blues, financial troubles, loved ones fallen ill, fear of contracting coronavirus… these weights are burdening many. On top of that, we may be unable to congregate in our churches or visit our favorite birding spots. Although a pale substitute for both, I pray you are uplifted by this short series of Words and Birds … Continue reading

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Overcomer

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Overcomer

Self-isolation blues, financial troubles, loved ones fallen ill, fear of contracting coronavirus… these weights are burdening many. On top of that, we may be unable to congregate in our churches or visit our favorite birding spots. Although a pale substitute for both, I pray you are uplifted by this short series of Words and Birds … Continue reading

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Reverse the Curse

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Reverse the Curse

Self-isolation blues, financial troubles, loved ones fallen ill, fear of contracting coronavirus… these weights are burdening many. On top of that, we may be unable to congregate in our churches or visit our favorite birding spots. Although a pale substitute for both, I pray you are uplifted by this short series of Words and Birds … Continue reading

Count It All Joy!

Count It All Joy!

Our pastor had another encouraging message for our Wednesday night service. One day we will be able to attend a regular prayer meeting again, but, thankfully, our church is using YouTube and other means of keeping the Lord’s Word before us. This week was no exception. “My brethren, count it all joy when you fall … Continue reading

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Paradise

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Paradise

Self-isolation blues, financial troubles, loved ones fallen ill, fear of contracting coronavirus… these weights are burdening many. On top of that, we may be unable to congregate in our churches or visit our favorite birding spots. Although a pale substitute for both, I pray you are uplifted by this short series of Words and Birds … Continue reading

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Breathtaking Beauty

Words and Birds of Encouragement: Breathtaking Beauty

Self-isolation blues, financial troubles, loved ones fallen ill, fear of contracting coronavirus… these weights are burdening many. On top of that, we may be unable to congregate in our churches or visit our favorite birding spots. Although a pale substitute for both, I pray you are uplifted by this short series of Words and Birds … Continue reading

Chicken, Magpie, and Easter Greetings

Chicken, Magpie, and Easter Greetings

BY JAMES J. S. JOHNSON, J.D., TH.D. *  * SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2020 (This is being shared with Dr. Jim’s permission, since he wrote it.) * “Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!” For centuries, Christians have used this greeting to celebrate Resurrection Day, better known as Easter.1 Ironically, there are two birds that can remind us … Continue reading

He Is Not Here!

He Is Not Here!

“He is not here; for He is risen, as He said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.” (Matthew 28:6 NKJV) Like many of you, we watched our Easter Services via YouTube, or you may have watched by however your church chose to keep your members encouraged through watching/meeting for this Easter. This “Social … Continue reading