Meanwhile, back at the BaptCave . . .

[This site is still under construction as we try to tweak the look and feel of the place. If you return to find a different look, not to worry. Once the fine-tuning is complete, we’ll try to stop confusing you and leave that to the videos. In the meantime, thanks for your patience and enjoy.]


 

Here’s a link to the latest BaptistMan video, The Departure of Dorisanne. Check back often for new videos.

 

Click the button below to view the BaptistMan Intro →↓.



Sometimes it helps to bring along a smile to help people remember an important point. So, the purpose of this site is to talk about things — some important, some not so much — with a little humor. Perhaps when you think of BaptistMan, though, you’ll think also about helping feed your neighbor. The point, after all, is that you really don’t have to be a superhero to make a difference.

You can help by sharing a link to this site with all your friends and encouraging them to do the same with all their friends, and so on. Enjoy the videos? Consider leaving a comment. We’d love to hear what you think.

Check back often. BaptistMan has a story and an opinion about just about everything and will be posting new videos on a not-so-regular basis. Subscribing to the site will insure you know when something new appears.

Helping our neighbors doesn’t have to be drudgery. In fact, the advantages to us all are immense. Click on the arrow in the center of the video above to view BaptistMan’s intro. But who is this BaptistMan? Check out that page from the menu bar above. And, how did we make the intro? Why, with the aid of 52video right here in Dallas, Texas, some time, and a little Aleve. Check out The Making of BaptistMan video, also on the menu bar above.

Not Baptist? Not to worry — neither is hunger nor is caring for others. There’s nothing to sell here and nothing to cram down your throat — except perhaps a little awareness about hunger in a world where our cultures of too much all the time tends to push aside those with too little.

Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar; it is not haphazard and superficial. It comes to see that an edifice that produces beggars needs restructuring.” Please take some time to think about what needs restructuring in your thinking.

In the meantime, go ahead, watch the intro. Better, watch all the videos. A little silliness never hurt anyone.

Remember, we can’t vaccinate, educate, liberate, or provide clean water for people at risk – children and the elderly, in particular – who have already died of starvation. That’s why feeding each other as the human family we are must always be our first priority, as it is our responsibility. Without food, all the rest of it is superfluous. ~ BaptistMan