I thought it was Nathan as John Calvin, and Tony as the Monk from the old Xerox commercials. Actually, you both are very original and I applaud you both for your efforts to educate our youth on the truly important meaning of this day. Today I told all those who wished me a Happy Halloween, that I do not celebrate Halloween and wished them a Happy Reformation Day, and said I look forward to the day that I can take my son to all the local Catholic Churches and nail Luther's 95 Thesis on their doors. But since that would be consider a “hate crime” and act of vandalism in modern day America, perhaps to simply just mail it or better yet just email it to them, just remind them the Reformation is still just as relevant today as it was in 1517. Happy Reformation Day!
That's great! Striking resemblances.
Great costumes!You should get the Hough to be Tetzel. ;-)Semper Reformanda!
What a profound impact this kind of visual presentation must implant in the minds of the precious children at Westminster Christian Academy! Forming and molding little minds to see and understand the rich heritage that these great men of God gave us.
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