I am an artist, a pastor, and a teacher. I use cartooning to make resources that help people grow deeper in God’s love.


Resources for Small Groups

Is your small group looking for the next study? I’ve compiled the resources that I have created over the years and placed them on one page. Browse through books, videos, animations, and online tools to find just the right fit for your group.

Resources for Preachers and Teachers

Browse through a library of downloadable PowerPoints, Image Packs, Videos, Sermons, and visual commentaries to help craft your next sermon or lesson.

My Mission

It is my desire to use all the gifts, passions, and experience that God has given me to help others grow deeper in the love of God, through Jesus Christ, in the Power of the Holy Spirit, for the sake of the world.

Explore Every Book of the Bible

Find cartoons, illustrations, videos, commentaries, and other helpful information about every book of the Bible.

Spiritual Formation

Find resources to explore the practices of spiritual formation to grow deeper in the love of God.

from the blog

Saul and Ananias | A Story of Learning to See Again

This story is about how both men had an encounter with the risen Christ. Something about that encounter changed them and allowed them to put aside their fear and hatred and actually see the other person.

What is the Goal of Spiritual Formation?

The goal of spiritual formation is to grow deeper in the love of God, through Jesus Christ, in the power of the Holy Spirit, for the sake of the world. God’s love is infinite, so we never fully arrive. The journey truly is the destination.

Mars Hill, Oheyawahi, and Social Justice | A Sermon on Acts 17:22-31

This sermon was filmed on location at Oheyawahi/Pilot Knob in Mendota Heights, MN. It brings three things into conversation: Paul's speech on Mars Hill in Acts 17:22-31 The current #georgefloyd outburst of protests around racial injustice. The Oheyawahi sacred grounds...

A Cartoonist’s Guide to Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch | Acts 8:26-40

The Holy Spirit leads Philip to speak with a eunuch from Ethiopia. This crosses all kinds of social boundaries and shows the inclusive power of the Good News.

Some Art Therapy | Digital Painting and Prints

When the world seems so heavy, we need art to lift our spirits. Check out this post to learn more about getting prints on Redbubble.

A Cartoonist’s Guide to Paul’s Speech on Mars Hill | Acts 17:22-31

The Apostle Paul passed through the city of Athens on his second journey. The entire story is found in Acts 17:16-33. Scroll through the images and commentary below. You can download these images in a PowerPoint and a pack of .jpeg images for your own preaching,...

We Marched…Now What?

Over 1,000 clergy marched as allies with the clergy of color in Minneapolis and St. Paul on June 2, 2020. That was great, but now what do we do?

A Cartoonist’s Guide to Job

I created this Cartoonist's Guide to Job for two reasons: The Narrative Lectionary is preaching through Job in June. The world is suffering greatly right now between COVID-19 and #GeorgeFloyd riots. The book of Job allows us to cry to God, "Why?!?" I hope you find...

I Can’t Breathe | A Reflection on #georgefloyd, COVID-19, and Pentecost

“I can’t breathe.”

Those were the last words George Floyd spoke before he was crushed to death by a Minneapolis police officer.

The city of Minneapolis burns this week. Literal flames consume a local store while rage engulfs the community and breaks out in wildfires of violence and vandalism.

What Does Love Look Like in a Pandemic? | A Sermon from 1 Corinthians 13

How do you navigate conflict in the church, or in the world? What does love look like in a pandemic? The church in Corinth was riddled with conflict and arrogance, even around the topic of spiritual gifts. The Apostle reminds the church that each of us is one part a larger whole. He shows them the most excellent way….love.

This sermon walks through 1 Corinthians 13 and explores what love looks like when the world is arguing over how to reopen in a pandemic?

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