Thursday, December 1, 2022

Christmas Crèche

A crèche, for those who don't speak French, is a fancy dancy word for nativity scene. It is probably not a good idea to use such highfalutin language in the church. 

By the way, neither the name or the carving represents any crush I might have had as a junior high school student. (Although the hair is probably a fair representation.)

Monday, November 28, 2022

Important Debate

My money's on Ammon.

Thursday, November 24, 2022

Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! I'm sure grateful for my readers. Thanks for visiting this website.


I'm also grateful to announce the publication of my latest book! The New Testament Come, Follow Me Activity Book! Originally scheduled to come out in mid-February, I received word earlier this week from my publisher that the first copies of the book arrived in their warehouse just arrived. It's a Black Friday miracle!

If you purchase the book before November 28 at cedarfort.com, use the promotional code BV40 to get 40 percent off your total order. Orders of $40 or more get you free shipping, so you might want to consider picking up some of my other books.

Monday, November 21, 2022

Shocking Bike Ride

This might be one of the few Mission Daze comic strips that turned out better in black and white than in color.

Thursday, November 17, 2022

Birds or Prey, er, Pray

Punny? Sure. Groan-worthy? You bet. Am I ashamed? Not one bit. 

Monday, November 14, 2022

Bike Safety

Usually, I agree with my cartoon alter-ego, but Elder Graves' helmet is awesome!

Thursday, November 10, 2022

Yet Another Samuel the Lamanite Joke

I've probably done more Samuel the Lamanite jokes than any other scripture prophet. Maybe it is because he is such a blank slate with so little known about him or maybe it is because the threat of violence is perversely funny. Whatever the reason, here's another one to go with a growing body of work.

If all you know about William Tell is that the Lone Ranger's theme music is strangely named after him, take a moment to read the wikipedia entry on the guy. Fascinating story. Probably not true.