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.

A Cartoonist's Guide to Mark

Join the journey from January – April 2020 as we follow the Narrative Lectionary through the Gospel of Mark. Each week a new page of this interactive graphic novel style visual commentary will unfold.


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

We Are One Flesh | A Visual Meditation on Mark 10:1-31

Jesus declares all people of equal value in this passage. His world exalted men over women, adults over children, and the rich over the poor. In God’s Kingdom, we are all one flesh and equally valuable.

How a Cow Tale Saved My Life | A Sermon for Transfiguration Sunday

This sermon explores how the Transfiguration of Jesus provided a glimpse of hope for his disciples as they were about to face a most difficult journey.

Life, Death, and Justice

God has shown you what is good. to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8

How Do You Handle Rejection? | A Sermon from Mark 6:1-29

Rejection is painful. Much of our energy is spent avoiding it. Jesus encounters rejection in the text this week, Mark 6:1-29. This sermon explores how we can prepare ourselves for the inevitable rejection that will come when we proclaim the Good News that Jesus brought to the world.

What If The Church Remembered Its Mission?

What might happen if the church today actually followed Jesus’ instructions when he sent out the disciples in Mark 6:6-13?

We Wish to See Jesus | An interview with Karoline Lewis

Rev. Dr. Karoline Lewis is a pastor and professor of Biblical Preaching at Luther Seminary. In this interview we talk about the purpose of preaching as a performative act in which the word is embodied. The goal of preaching is to join Mary Magdalene in John 20 and say, “I have seen Jesus.”

A Lost Cause? | A Sermon from Mark 5:1-20

Have you ever felt like a lost cause, or know someone or something that seems like a lost cause? This sermon explores Mark 4:35-5:20 and how Jesus rescues a man who was the lost cause of his town. The curious part of the story is to see how the townspeople react to it.

Are we willing to do whatever it takes, and no matter what it costs, to include everyone in the Good News?

Repent and Believe | A Sermon on Mark 1:1-20

A sermon on Mark 1:1-20. What did Jesus mean when he said, “Repent and believe the Good News?”

More Star Wars Fan Art

Here’s some more fan art. I did this in the Procreate App on the iPad Pro using Gouache brushes. This is therapy for me. Enjoy!

Who Moved My Cheese? | A Sermon on Dealing with Change and Mark 2:1-22

Change is hard. Even when we know it is coming, change is a disruptive force that brings stress and anxiety. This sermon uses Mark 2:1-22 and Jesus’ comments about New Wine and Fresh Wineskins to explore how to deal with change in life.

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