Thursday, January 13, 2011

Baptism Fail

The ladies who run our Sunday School deserve nothing but my most hearty thanks. Our kids always come home knowing the Bible story and they have fun to boot. The ladies always go above and beyond the CPH lessons (which are really quite good - and the music CD's they come home with quarterly are also good) downloading activity sheets and artwork from the internet - but even Homer nods, and I got a chuckle out of the activity sheet the kids brought home this week.


  1. I wouldn't help him find it if I was you. He'll probably just turn it into wine and give it to drunks.

  2. Oh, I recognize that. Its called a labyrinth. Isn't Jesus hip?

  3. I don't know. It's less a classical labyrinth, given its curious asymmetry, than a wilderness.

    Of course, since ourJesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness, and this Jesus somehow requires our help with the compass, the puzzle may be better thought of as a collection of spaghetti.

    And what's with the over-sized halo?

    Or is this a convenience designed for hang-gliding, over the tohu and bohu?

    I think the lesson to be learned here is that such difficulties of life can be overcome by keeping your nose to the grind-stone, or better by keeping your left shoulder against the wall, at all times.


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