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The Juice Bar The Juice Bar

Welcome to a little refreshment on the lighter side. Our "juice" is in the form of cartoons, videos, jokes and such. Laughter is a great way to enjoy both a breather between workouts and life in general. It is also good for the soul -- yours and everyone's around you!

Most of our refreshments are created by or about Latter-Day Saints. All of them are family-friendly, church-friendly, and funny-bone friendly...



Inner AND outer cleanliness are in line with our mission at LDSabs...

Chances are you've either had a parent clean your face this way, or you have done it to your children... hopefully not to anyone else!

Spit Wash thanks to FarleyFlicks



On good home teaching...

Brother Smith:  My home teachers are so good, they come visit me the first day of every month.

Brother Jones:  Oh yeah? Well, MY home teachers are so good, they visit me the day before that!



What would be the spiritual equivalent of tofu pancakes?

Has anyone ever hidden healthy food in your meal to trick you into eating it?

Kid History #6 thanks to BoredShortsTV



The Sunday School teacher was describing how Lot's wife looked back and turned into a pillar of salt when little Thomas interrupted, 'My Mommy looked back once while she was driving,' he announced triumphantly, 'and she turned into a telephone pole!'



Elders face painting

We found this cartoon on Della Hill's blog here, but all we know is the artist's name is Bagley. We love it!



A Sunday School teacher decided to have her young class memorize one of the most quoted passages in the Bible, Psalm 23. She gave the youngsters a month to learn the chapter. Little David was excited about the task - but he just couldn't remember the Psalm. After much practice, he could barely get past the first line.

On the day that the kids were scheduled to recite Psalm 23 in front of the congregation, David was so nervous. When it was his turn, he stepped up to the microphone and said proudly, 'The Lord is my Shepherd, and that's all I need to know.'



We were going to put a funny story here but just saw this, and James Archibald is FUNNY!

Our first exposure to Humor U... this guy is great! We'll post a better recording if we find one (or if you do, and tell us about it), but for now, it's worth turning up the speakers and turning on your listeners.

Thanks to HumorU



Q Lehi had a pet which the Lord told him to take with him when they left Jerusalem. Do you know what it was?

A It was a flea. The Lord told Lehi to take his family and "flea" into the wilderness.



Thanks to

Welcome to our childcare room! We will be populating it with plenty of coloring pages, puzzle pages, games and fun, with some spiritual treats thrown in as well.

Great for your kids when you are focusing on your own spiritual workout, and when they are looking for some good, wholesome fun.



We LOVE the whole Signing Time series of videos, and so do our children!

Engaging for young and old alike, they also help teach and improve communication. Here is their YouTube page, and below we will put a video or two that we have enjoyed.

Leah's Farm thanks to Signing Time


Butterfly thanks to Signing Time



Noah's Ark

Brother Smith: Did all the animals on the ark come in pairs? 

Brother Jones: No, the worms came in apples! 



You can print and color this page

Click the picture or link below it and you can print and color this page. It is by Arie Van De Graaff and drawn for the LDS Coloring Book app for iPhone and iPod. It's lucky he made this page available, since we don't have either!

Ammon coloring page
Ammon coloring page thanks to LDS Coloring Book and Arie Van De Graaff at



John the Baptism

Brother Smith: What do John the Baptist and Winnie the Pooh have in common? 

Brother Jones: Their middle names! 



Elders face painting
A cartoon from Arie Van De Graaff's blog. He also did the coloring picture of Ammon above.


Sunday Newspaper

An angry customer called the newspaper offices and loudly demanded to know where her Sunday paper was.

"Lady," the employee said, "Today is Saturday. The Sunday paper is not delivered until tomorrow."

There was a long pause on the other end of the phone, then the customer said, "So that's why no one was in church today!"



Another kind of fish story!

Here is a funny twist on what it might be like to go fishing with Moses. Made us laugh!

Cartoon - fishing with Moses
Found on



A Cowboy Miracle

An LDS cowboy often had to work on Sundays, so he would take his scriptures along in his saddlebag and read them whenever he had a break.

One Sunday while out working he realized his scriptures had fallen somewhere and were lost. It was an expensive leatherbound set, so he spent the rest of the day looking for them. Sadly, they were nowhere to be found.

The next Sunday this cow walks right up to him, carrying the cowboy's scriptures in its mouth. The cowboy was amazed. He said, "It's a miracle!" as he took his scriptures from the cow.

“Not really,” the cow said, “Your name is engraved on the cover.”