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Recent Blog Posts

Trust | Lent 2 | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on February 25, 2024

This post offers visual resources for the Revised Common Lectionary and the Narrative Lectionary for the second week of Lent, February 25, 2024. The RCL focuses on the promise God made to Abraham and how Jesus invites his disciples to take up their cross to follow him. The NL continues in Mark with the healing of Bartimaeus. In all of these stories we explore the theme of faith, or, better translated, TRUST.

Lent and the Travel Narratives of Matthew, Mark, and Luke

These visuals compare and contrast the way Matthew, Mark, and Luke use Jesus’ journey from the Transfiguration to the Triumphal Entry to emphasize a particular aspect of his teaching.

A Multisensory Ash Wednesday Experience

This post offers a sermon and a description of how one might create a multisnesory experience for the Ash Wednesday service.

Ash Wednesday, Burned Forests, and New Life

Two paintings of burned forests and new growth. I invite you to use these images as objects of contemplation for this week of Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten Season.

Ash Wednesday and Lent 1 | Visual Resources for February 14 and 18, 2024

This post offers visual resources for the Revised Common Lectionary and the Narrative Lectionary for Ash Wednesday, February 14, 2024 and Lent 1, February 18, 2024. It includes introductions to both Ash Wednesday and Lent in addition to the texts for the week.

Transfiguration | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on February 11, 2024

We celebrate Jesus’ TRANSFIGURATION this week. Therefore, the Gospel reading in both the Revised Common Lectionary and the Narrative Lectionary take us to Mark 9. Enjoy these visual resources.

Jesus’ Mission | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on February 4, 2024

This post offers visual resources for the Revised Common Lectionary and the Narrative Lectionary for February 4, 2024. This is the Fifth Sunday of Epiphany. The RCL takes us to the story where Jesus heals many and then begins his traveling ministry in Mark 1. The NL continues the journey through Mark with the sending of the twelve and the beheading of John in Mark 6.

Jesus’ mission is to go throughout the country both proclaiming the message of the Kingdom and healing the sick, possessed, and dispossessed.

Healing Stories | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on January 28, 2024

This post offers visual resources for the Revised Common Lectionary and the Narrative Lectionary for January 28, 2024. This is the Fourth Sunday of Epiphany. The RCL takes us to the story where Jesus frees a man from a demon in the Synagogue in Mark 1. The NL continues the journey through Mark with the healing of two women in Capernaum in Mark 5.

This week we continue to see that Jesus has the power to heal people and restore them to wholeness and community. This is the work of the Gospel.

Mindful Sketching: No Art Skills Required (Now with Video Tutorial)

This post offers a simple introduction to mindful sketching. No art skills required.

Reigniting the Nectar Trilogy

The fire has been rekindled. The Nectar Trilogy has sat dormant since 2010. I released book One: Pleroma that year. Then, I wrote the first draft of book two in 2011. However, that was the same year that I entered the PhD program at Luther Seminary and had to stop the...

In The Visual Preacher: Proclaiming an Embodied Word, Thomason's winsomely illustrated text shows preachers visual techniques to study the Bible, construct a sermon, use the physical space where they preach, create two-dimensional images, and develop and use videos.

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