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Is It A Cat? A Dog? What Is It?

Pop and Gunter holding me
Pop and Gunter holding me

When I was child my greatest artwork hung at my grandparents and my parents. As life went on new artwork appeared and old art was taken down. The refrigerator door recorded the life of the family. (Which is good because when I was a kid they had some ugly colors. Avocado, burnt orange, chocolate and copper tone!)

And of course like many children, I was asked of the drawing “Is it a cat? A dog?” I am sure like many children I probably shook my head and said “guess again” as they “did not get it.”. As I grew older I probably scrawled what it was on the page. Cat, dog, tree… But at some point my drawing bettered and the questions became fewer. Soon that artwork was replaced with pictures of family outings and sports or perhaps short stories. Continue reading Is It A Cat? A Dog? What Is It?

Prophetic Guidelines For This Blog

Lee Johndrow
Lee is on staff with The Village Church in Swanzey New Hampshire. He functions prophetically and often writes from dreams and visions.

Each day I learn more and more about me, about God and about honor and team. Because of this I am subject to God in bringing forth the clearest words I can. I am subject to my wife and family to place them in the forefront of all I say and all I do. I am in fellowship with my local house (The Village Church) and I am on a leadership team in this house as well as working regionally. Continue reading Prophetic Guidelines For This Blog