An earthquake and a children's sermon

I didn't feel this morning's midwest earthquake. (My 10 year old may have -- he said that at about 4:40 he woke up to go to the bathroom and tripped unexplainedly on the way to the bathroom.) But in a freakish coincidence, I talked about earthquakes in Illinois in last Sunday's (April 13) children's sermon at Union Congregational Church, United Church of Christ in Somonauk, IL. Josh (the dog puppet who was with me for the sermon) lost an ear as we were shaking to illustrate the earthquake that opened the prison doors for Paul and Silas.
"Earthquake!" podcast

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