Wesley Bros: Docsferatu

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05252014

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 I didn’t really understand health care to begin with, and now I just have no clue.  But thank God John Wesley wrote a book on basic health care so I know that healthy Christians go to bed at 9 PM and wake up at 4 AM, drink lots of water, so on and so on.  I like to imagine this book has only three sentences per page and lots of obscure artwork on high quality but rough edged paper, so as to appeal to my generation.

Yesterday was Aldersgate Day, so you GOTS to order your Heart Strangely Warmed shirt now to get it in time!  Click here to order it at my Wesley Bros Etsy Shop.

Charlie Baber

Rev. Charlie Baber is author and illustrator of the weekly web comic: Wesley Bros. When he isn’t finding new ways to mash-up church history with modern culture, he has actual responsibilities as a Deacon serving at Highland UMC in Raleigh, NC. Check out Charlie’s site at www.wesleybros.com.

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Jenny
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Can we stop pretending that the young people who can’t afford health insurance are spending all their money on “limited edition vinyls?” I’m sure that is true for a small percentage of them, but I know too many young clergy types, and young lay types who are school teachers, social workers, non profit workers, etc. etc. who can’t afford health insurance because they are paying back student loans for the degrees they were told were necessary to do the work they want to do. The remainder of their small budgets are probably going to repairs on the 15 year old… Read more »
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Also I don’t mean to say that those in better paying (engineers, etc) positions are making frivolous decisions. I mean only to distinguish between those choosing frivolous things and those who are underpaid and therefore struggling to pay for basic utilities like electricity and gas.

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