Jon Clark lives in Knoxville, Tennessee with his wife and four children. He is an award-winning composer for TV, cartoonist and published children’s book author. His cartoons have appeared in the New Era, Sunstone, Highlights, and Mormon Times online. Honest Jon started out as an editorial cartoon for several local newspapers and is now primarily an LDS based comic panel (www.honestjoncomics.blogspot.com). He was recently interviewed on Mormon Channel Radio along with Pickles creator, Brian Crane and Arie Van De Graff. His children’s book series, Anna Hosanna, and others can be found at www.annahosanna.com.
A technology welcome.
That's one way to put it.
Hey, it's a start.
Hey, it was worth a try.
They'd probably be appreciated.
The one thing General Conference might make worse.
A creative approach.
No one said it had to rhyme.
Anything to get them to mingle.
They put the decorations up earlier every year.
And we thought we would all move on once the…
Apparently it brings out the best in people...
Perspective is key.
He was asked to keep it neutral...
The options are telling.
Just trying to follow the prophet...
That's one way to do it.
Concerned mothers will do what they will do.
The faith of a child.
That's one way to get everyone's attention...
In case you were looking for inspiration.
Technology takes over...
It was worth a try...
An honest mistake.
More of the same.
It is July after all...
Young men left behind.
Still need your fix...
While the cats are away...
Home teaching discussions.
Always one step ahead.
Doing what we've been doing.
There is a time and place for these things.
We've all been there.
A lesser known preparation.
The classic miscommunication.
That's one way of looking at it.
Why one category of people may not be sorry.
You can't choose your challenges...
Another way of looking at it.
One extra step...
Well, it's a start.
It's a bit of a struggle.
The epic search.
There's a big difference.
My point exactly
That explains a lot.
No need to limit to 10%.
Not quite what I had in mind...
Show by the uplifted hand.
What singles hear in every talk.
It is called opening EXERCISES after all.
Please indicate with the uplifted hand.
Watch out Young Single Adults!
A slight revision.
Not quite what I meant...
A decent alternative?
Teaching a man to fish may be more complicated than…
Just when did you write that talk?
This is sick?
Unemployment in the near future?
You know who you are.
Needle in a haystack.
A little short of understanding.
Overwhelmed by your calling?
How was your trip?
So this is what they sacrificed for?
We appreciate it all!
Come and I will make you fishers of men!
Surviving in the wilderness.
Don't let him do it.
This may look like a vacation, but who are we…
Is this pointed?
A new mission worry.
A new designation.
Want a discount?
What became of your husband?
A new way to assign callings.
Try this one next time someone in your ward moves…
Did you try Snapchat?
My mother is the most wonderful woman in the world...
Welcome to F.H.E.
Please, pretty please?
God Bless You!
Chuck Norris knows no fear. Fear knows Chuck Norris.
This just happened in our ward... okay, maybe not the…
Not the sealed portion.
Starting over again in 3... 2... 1...
"... And that's when I realized I was in the…
Don't ask about the overtime pay.
Just in case...
Oh remember, remember!
Hppy VD, LOL! ;->
Make room for New Year regrets.
Make room for new year regrets!
Be My Ward Valentine?
The Church takes no official policy on political candidates.
You guys can't pull through on anything.
Time well spent?
Especially at this time of year.
A nursery rhyme testimony.
Famous last words.
It's all in the costuming.
The song that keeps on giving.
Has technology gotten out of hand?
Every bishop should have one.
Practice makes perfect.
If only we could.
Is this what you meant?
We'll do anything to persuade you.
How pioneer children kept busy.
A request to the bishop.
Does this bug you?
Something to cheer about.
OK Fido. Your turn with the bishop.
Kids say the darndest things.
Another honest prayer.
We always pray for you.
Everybody has them.
A poignant remember.
Growing into your calling.
Some good advice.
New bishop, new promises.
Everyone needs one.
Find your niche.
Great suggestions-or not.
The speaker has discovered something new.
Heard from the speaker at the pulpit.
Kids will be kids.
Interview with the "bishop".
Every chapel should have one.
Separating the sheep from the pigskins.
This hymn has to stay in your heart.
That's the great thing, all right.
More things are lost and found than you'd think.
A saving sack of wheat.