I'm glad you were able to stop by. Continue by clicking on any of the rooms in the floor plan of my three story home on the web.
You can also select by topic further down the page.
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You may also click on any of the rooms on the third floor:
View the Front of the House -- a fabulous rendition by a graphic artist!
Select a room for the following topics
Enjoy crossword puzzles over mystery books. Read a good mystery and test your attention to detail.
Observation Deck Here are mazes for download - simple, intermediate and advanced. They are fun for kids of all ages.
Pantry - What about public financing for elections? 2/3 of the public favors full public financing.
My favorite mysteries are listed here - lists, excerpts, reviews, comments
The Foyer This house has mysteries and puzzles and games! Find the secret room.
Living Room Read humorous family anecdotes: The day I beat up Tommy Tucker - The day I burned down the field - Little Glenn gets a spanking!
Check out recipes that are: tasty - low fat - nutritious - quickly prepared - healthful
Sorry! You can't get to my secret room by just clicking here. Go to the foyer for instructions on how to find it. Good hunting!
Oratorio Selecciones desde El Libro de Oración Común.
Save bundles on clothing!
Amateur Radio Room
Translate secret morse code selections - Foibles at a broadcast radio station - The crystal set - First experiment in electricity - A teenager's 1955 ham radio shack
Conservatory Comprehend the beliefs of a broadchurch Episcopalian.
Aunt Arline's Room Humorous family anecdotes: The drunken brother - Strange sculpture - The missing jello - Your reception committee
The Study The global village -- imagine the world proportionately reduced to a size of 100 people.
Paul Campbell's Room Retired from the Fort Worth public library - Former president of the Fort Worth Genealogy Society - Former columnist for Texas Kin
The Exercise Room What are the relative contributions of diet, exercise and medicine in the control of cholesterol? The importance of fat in the diet!
Attic Bedroom What they never told you in Sunday school.
The Chapel Every great house should have a chapel.
The Spanish Parlor Relive those adventurous times of my youth that I spent in Mexico.
Sala de Recibo Recuerdo los tiempos venturosos de mi juventud que pasé en Mexico.
The Dining Room Meet my pets! - Poodles Pinkston and Tory trick each other - Black lab, Al, terrorized by thunderstorm - Esmeralda the street cat makes good
Office Retired professor from DeVry University - A graduate of Purdue - A graduate of Southern Methodist University
The Study Is criminal justice criminal? - Who needs Public Broadcasting? - Medicines can kill you! And often do! - Too many people on our planet? - Who says taxes are too high? - Our war on drugs. - Why do some nations hate us?
The Work Room Mischief and teenaged pranks!
The Great Hall How to be true to the Bible and Say YES to same sex unions - The biography of saints Sergius and Bacchus - John Boswell; Ancient liturgies of gay marriage?
Katherine Campbell's Room of Bonham Texas
Observation Deck Play observation games - Enhance your powers of observation in the real world!
The Exercise Room The etiology of a stroke -- prevention, rehabilitation, cure. John suffered one in 1997. How is he doing? What is his prognosis?
John S. Morgan's Room A biographical sketch
Home Theatre PBS mysteries - Video favorites
Sauna Culture wars - Dialogue between a religious liberal and a conservative
Check out the Mondrian Maze
Visit my Faux Modern Art Museum by clicking here: Modern Art Museum
(A Gentle Spoof of Modern Art)
Click on the chalkboard for an index of all my writings on theology and human sexuality.
From millions of sites on the Internet you selected mine. I am humbled. I would like to know a little bit about you.
Please feel free to send me your comments by email and give me a piece of your mind! I would [perhaps] appreciate your comments. Make my day!
Many thanks to Mikel Mazlaghani the graphic artist who created the fabulous rendition of the front of this web house.
Many thanks to Maya631 who designed the most beautiful snow globe animation that is pictured in the conservatory.
Many thanks to Todd Stauffer whose book Creating your own America Online web pages taught me most of what I know about HTML and web site design.
Many thanks to Kyle McCoy who assisted me in the utilization of PC Paint to "furnish" the twenty-five clickable rooms. The more creative and imaginative aspects were the creation of Kyle.
Many thanks to Ona Barry for assisting with me with the translation of select Web Page selections into Spanish.
And thanks to Animation Jungle for creating the neat logo at the top of this page.
© 1997 through 2008 by John S. Morgan