Today is Memorial Day, a day we remember and honor the servicemen and women that have gone but whose legacy is our American heritage. Many have a three day weekend, the first unofficial weekend of summer, while for many others it’s just Monday. We decided a long time ago that Happy Monday runs every Monday and you can look it up as needed. So whether you’re grilling brats or pulling a double shift, have a Happy Monday and God bless America.
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Billy, age 6, stared at the framed photographs in a memorial section of the church lobby. “Who are all these people” he asked the pastor when he came by. “Those are members of our church who died in the service.” Billy was quite for a long time, then finally asked “Which one, the 8:30 or the 11 o’clock?”
I swear honey, all I’ve had for breakfast is fruit every morning this week.
It looks like we ran a bit long this week. There’s still plenty of stuff in the folder, I wouldn’t be surprised to find a special Tuesday edition tomorrow. Happy Monday and peace out -Van Til.
Taken from “God Loves You, Hates Sin” originally published during the Advent season of 2012.
Happy Tuesday? I don’t understand. I’m sorry, I… I do not know what that means.
With Christmas Day behind us (and Thanksgiving, and Halloween) many people are getting their New Year’s resolutions together. The guilt of too much festivity is usually the first thing on our minds as we contemplate turning over a new leaf or two in the coming year. Will 2015 be your year to a) loose the weight b) quit smoking c) read the Bible d) ____________? What usually happens is that thousands of Americans buy gym memberships the first week of January and then go once or twice. The read the Bible in one year people often make it to the middle of February; Genesis is pretty exciting, the Levitical priesthood ordinances not so much.
Today is Monday, this is The Master’s Table, I think we all know what happens next. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is this week but we are going to include some other bits in this “mostly Thanksgiving” edition of Happy Monday. Continue reading
What’s the difference between this and every other image of the Last Supper I’ve ever posted? This one was made on a typewriter.
Paul Smith has a disability that makes using a brush or a pen impossible. But since a young age he has worked magic with just the 10 symbol keys at the top of the typewriter keyboard. He considers his talent to be nothing less than a gift from God. Grab a tissue and watch his story.