|Gospel Train - The Life of Christ
I first discovered the Gospel Train while I was a graduate student in Bible
and my wife attended one of Robbie's classes. I struggled with the
chronology of the life of Christ as a "serious" student who had
no time for "children's stuff." Foolish me! My wife was
patient, taught me the train and I've been using it in churches for
over 40 years! Later I met Johnie at a Preacher's Luncheon and he
shared the "zip codes" with us. God bless them both!
|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Mozart would have created a video game of his fantasy if he were alive
today you said. How would he have paid for the production of the video and
how would he have paid to promote it. The Habsburg Monarchy was great for
paying composers. Who are the wealthy that pay composers today ? Please
|Literature Based Reading Lessons
|Ethel by Ralph Peacock
I am the grandson of Albert Brignall, Edith and Ethel's
brother. Edith married Ralph. Ethel Married Harold Titcomb, a very
successful US Mining Engineer, from Farmington in Maine, who secured
commissions for Ralph to paint US President Herbert Hoover etc. I have
several of his profile portraits and a painting Gladys Cooper but
"Ethel" is currently on display in the Tate as an example of
|Song of Abraham
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|Martin Luther King Jr.
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|John the Baptist
Thank you so much for the website. so inspiring and an eye opener to most
of early learners teachers. Simplified and suitable level of understanding
to early learners.
|Creation of the World Song
I totally love this creation song! Can't wait to share it with the
students of our school. Thank you so much from Kingsview Christian School,
North Bend, OR USA.
|John Chapman, Johnny Appleseed
I was raised in Tuscaraws and Carroll counties of Ohio. As a child I spent
time out in the country. I knew there would always be an apple tree in a
place where the view would be beautiful and always thought Jonny had been
there. To this day I think of when I will see him and thank him. At 75,
that won't be long.
|Jesus Feeds the Multitude
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IS A BLESSING
|A Naughty Child by Sir Edwin Landseer
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|A Highland Funeral by Sir James Guthrie
On reflection and having obtained a print of the painting I think the
mourner is not a lady but most probably her only elder sibling, her brother
James, who would have been 9 years old at the time. How sad, it looks as
though her mother already had 2 more very young children, the youngest
being born only 12 days before the drowning.
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|A Highland Funeral by Sir James Guthrie
From what I can make of the genealogical records there was a McGowan family
living at Brig 0 Michael in 1881. The daughter Mary had married a John
McCall in 1871 and they had a daughter Agnes born in April 1874 and she and
her husband were living with her parents. There is then a record of the
death of Annie McCall aged 7, daughter of John and Mary at Bridge of
Michael on 9th October1881. The cause of death is not recorded. This
coincides with the time the Glasgow boys were said to have stayed there. I
suspect the little girl was known as Annie as they were all living with the
grandparents McGowan and the Grandmother was also named Agnes. Both her
father and grandfather were shepherds and I notice the sheepdog in the
painting too. From what I can see there is a lady mourner by the coffin
although I have read elsewhere that the funeral was an all male gathering.
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