We tell porch stories about a real place, using fictional characters based on people we know. It’s a lot of fun. It teaches the Bible. And it shares sound doctrine too.
Herman remembered the day the nuns had to start wearing their BANDITA masks. To him, they seemed to handle the situation with humor.
Herman snuck on down to the Pauline bookstore to watch Sr. Charlie paint Bishop Bob’s portrait. But after seeing how it was developing, he decided he’d disappear before the unveiling.
Each of us is an eternal soul having a temporary experience in a mortal body. The meaning of that becomes clear when you escape your body and enter eternity.
Everybody is just as messed up as you are, except those who have learned how to overcome the things that messed them up. Here’s a little secret Herman learned about that.