“Please Pardon This Interuption”


This comic strip is intended to be humorous since there may need to be more “some funny” to balance the “some serious” in these posts.

Most of my other strips don’t really have a storyline and plot, this one hopefully will develop one. It also comes with this critically important disclaimer!

“The events depicted in this comic strip are fictitious. Any similarity to any person living or dead is merely coincidental.”

With that said, I hope you will enjoy following this comic strip and finding out along with me how the plot will develop!

Lord God, almighty and everlasting Father, help us and guide us as we question, examine, and seek to understand all things that we may praise only You and not ourselves or another for wisdom and guidance; through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen.

4 thoughts on ““Please Pardon This Interuption”

  1. Did you ever catch John Oliver’s “Our Lady of Perpetual Exemption”?

    It’s talking about ministries that take advantage of the faith of the poor by promising them untold spiritual riches in return for their investment of their physical money; it’s a lot like Lloyd’s hypnotic eyes (excellent job on that by the way!) and the way they talk is the same. Anyway, John Oliver set up a church, collected donations, and then gave it all to Doctors Without Borders; something most of the televangelists he was exposing wouldn’t have done .

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    1. Interesting! Definitely need to check that out! Just as a side note, after reading some of your thoughts about antiquated gender roles in the church and family and examining some of the links and sources that you’ve provided in the past (seriously, I had no idea that people still thought like that!)…I’m thinking those questions may be explored in a future plot line for this comic strip…but of course, I will need to introduce his dutiful wife and ministry “partner”! Glad you’re enjoying this!


      1. It’s just that for the most part, people don’t know that’s what it is. When I was a kid being taught these things, I only knew it as “solid Biblical teaching”. To some degree, that’s what it is – but it’s highly selective and that’s what makes it misleading. The process of emphasizing one idea or point means that they have to downplay other ideas from the Bible – particularly ones that don’t help their case.


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