Monthly Archives: June 2018

The Real Jesus and Mary Magdalene

In this blog, I’ve argued for a more realistic depiction of Christ.   Mary Todd Grey on timesandseason.org provides a stark, but unquestionably realistic, description of Jesus and his living conditions: As far as the world’s opinion of what constitutes greatness, … Continue reading

Posted in Art, images of Christ, Religion, Social Justice | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Swing Set Installed in Belmopan, Belize

The third week in June, my grandson James and I traveled to Belize to meet up with members of the Arkansas Christian group “Share the Lovies.”  In Belmopan, one of the smallest national capitals in the world, we would be … Continue reading

Posted in Playground, Social Justice, Travel | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Easy to Maintain Double-Rail Playground Slide

In developing countries, standard metal slides can be a serious problem.  The sheet metal that the children slide on can: have rough joints, get hot during intemperate weather, and be subject to rusting in humid climes. For these reasons, I’ve … Continue reading

Posted in Peru, Playground, Social Justice, uganda | Tagged , | Leave a comment