Giant potatoes, wax museums, snooze-buttons; I always put a little bit of everything in these Snack Packs with the hope that everyone can find a little bit of something that they enjoy.
You Say Potato, I Say Hotel Room: a Private Airbnb Fashioned From a Retired 6-Ton Promotional Spud– yep, you read that right, it’s the dream room for all of us couch potatoes.
For someone who loves the snooze-button, Snooze is a trap was a good read for me.
Microsoft just teased a slick new Minecraft AR game for your phone and we won’t know more until May 17Th.
In other Minecraft news, you can Embrace The Past with Minecraft Classic which is available in honor of Minecraft’s 10 year anniversary this month. My little brother and I tried it and laughed at how limited and old it was and then we got seriously into it so you’ve been warned.
These Instagram Stories of John Crist going through a Biblical Wax Museum is hilarious.
Avengers: Endgame’s Stan Lee cameo is a rebuke to ‘keeping politics out of comics’. That article does contain spoilers so I haven’t read it yet but someone sent it to me to put into the Snack Pack and they said it was really good.
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I'm shipping out a print of this cartoon. Some of my cartoons are serious and make you think. Some are outrageous and make you angry. Sometimes sad. But sometimes they make you laugh. I hope this is such a one. Prints: www.etsy.com/listing/257796853/thanksgiving-turkey-and-betrayal-cartoon #turkeys #farmer #betrayal #jesus #disciples #lastsupper
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May is Mental Health Awareness month and we want to encourage you to be able to better communicate with your congregation and community about mental health and how the Church can come alongside them. Here are a bunch of resources for you to use for your church. Click the link in the bio to get the graphics and information you can share.
What is your church doing for Mental Health Awareness month?
u are supposed to knock on watermelons before u eat them to make sure that ur not eating anybodys home
— jonny sun (@jonnysun) May 6, 2019
Don’t mind me knocking on watermelons.
The priest cleared his throat, disapproving.
"Mr. Solo. You need to say the words so we can end the ceremony."
— A Small Fiction (@ASmallFiction) May 6, 2019
Good old Han.
It is entirely possible that some of our proudest acheivements are embarrassing to God, and some of our most dismal failures please God very much…. Our wisdom is so different from God’s wisdom. – Barbara Brown Taylor
— Jonathan Merritt (@JonathanMerritt) April 30, 2019
Think about that.
I think one day our children will look back on an age where many people referred to Mexicans and other brown people publicly as "illegals" (often regardless of their residential status) and shake their heads, wondering how we ever let that kind of language take root.
— Audrey Assad (@audreyassad) April 26, 2019
I already shake my head at this.
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