Category Articles List
- When Do You Know Your Worship Is Multigenerational?
By:-Dr. David Manner
Congregations continue to look for ways to reach multigenerations in worship. This article takes a humorous, tongue-in-cheek look at stereotypical multigenerational worship practices.
- The Beauty Of Laughter
By:-DeBorrah K. Ogans
Gelotology is the study of laughter! There is much documented research going on to study and analyze the validity of laughter! How does it impact one’s mental state? There is humor therapy, laughter therapy as well as laughter meditation! One of the earliest mentions of the health benefits of humor is in the book of Proverbs. The ability to laugh naturally can lift one from depression. How much would laughter cost if we could bottle it up and then pour it in a glass? It really is priceless!
- Children Are So Cute
One Sunday morning he asked the class to draw a picture of God. He handed out blank pieces of paper and crayons and encouraged the children to be as creative as they could. The kid with the most unusual picture of God was going to get a small gift!
- Cultural Humor
He was my father's youngest brother. He got to go "there" with his wife. I think they landed in England. He had been advised that when he was invited to a British home for a meal, all he would need to do was copy what all the other people at table were doing.
- Careful What You Eat
A little girl's father was reading his Time Magazine as she played imaginary games at his feet. From time to time, she would pretend to catch a butterfly or a beetle and say, "Look daddy I caught another one!"
- Did Samson Have A Sense Of Humor?
Sure he had strong arms, but did he have a strong wit to mat6ch?
- The Holy Speeding Ticket
I ' m a police chaplain and also a part time police officer in a small rural town. There are some interesting stories that have taken place with this new duty as an officer. Here is one of them.
- Remain Silent !
A collection of verses.
- If It Ain't Broke...Don't Fix It!
Many simple everyday things in life can be a source of confusion and frustration. But, as irritating and annoying as they would seem to be, humor can frequently be found in them as well. This article illustrates some of that humor, however, it ends with a related, but serious, Bible object lesson.
- Humour From The Bible!!!
This was an article I was given that puts a humous perspective from what Children have said about things in the Bible so innocently. Hope you enjoy the article of one liners.
- Snowflake Lament
A fresh snowfall is truly a testimony of God ' s glorious creation. However, along with its beauty, it also brings sub-zero temperatures, dented fenders, aching backs, frozen fingers, endless shoveling ... and those evil snowplows lurking nearby to un-do all your hard work.
- Did I Eat Him?
It was customary for Ron and I to quiz our grandkids on the way home from church to see if they paid attention or learned anything new. If the response was credible and it sounded like they really tried to understand, we would stop for a treat BEFORE Sunday dinner. Needless to say, Macailyn and Levi began to compete with one another to give the best answers.
- Kids Will Say The Darndest Things
The studio audience was immediately captivated by this adorable 4-year old on center stage. Bart ' s House Party featured little four-year old Charlie during National Firefighter ' s Week.
- A Sense Of Humour Is Healthy
Do you have a sense of humour today?
- Heaven's Funniest Rapture Videos: The Number One Reality Show Of The Tribulation?
An article about a TV producer who intends to produce a reality show following the rapture featuring the funniest home movies of people being raptured - and the chaos that follows.
- Lighten And Loosen Up @ Church!
This article explores fellow believers to lighten up at church instead of being too serious. Is this what your church needs to do today?
- American-Born Hyphenated-Americanism - Humor
I am American born, but not a hyphenated-American. There are many American born citizens who insist on qualifying their heritage by appending their ethnicity to it.
- Lying In Color: Humor With A Purpose
Have you ever noticed that many people color the lies they tell? To them, lies apparently come in a verity of hues. There are white lies, black lies and lies in several shades between these two extremes. As may be expected, those who follow the art of color-lying grow more proficient the longer they practice it. They often claim the best of intentions when using color-lies.
- What It Takes To Be An Expert On Anything
After what seemed like months of a hectic schedule the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and Yours Truly were enjoying a relaxing evening in the parsonage living room catching up on a pile of newspapers. It is amazing to me how much the new news is like the old news, which only increases my admiration for those who write the news.
- One Good Look At The Good Book
I very seldom get lost when I am going somewhere. That is, unless your definition of seldom is every time I need to find a new place. Then all options are out the car window. Still I need to understand what you mean by lost.
- Adam And His Rib
Adam, the first man, had no previous experience; he had absolutely no criteria by which to make a valued judgment of any situation. The fact he just awakened from being anesthetized during an operation in which one of his ribs was surgically removed, put him in a preliminary grogginess that impaired his reasoning.
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