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

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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

The Nativity

I painted this image as part of the Drawing through Luke project. It is one of the panels on page 2. However, I made it a little bigger than the final panel size, since this is such an iconic moment in Luke's Gospel. A few people have asked if they could get a print...

Return to the LORD | A Visual Commentary on Joel

This PowerPoint, and the 36 images below it, provide a visual commentary on the book of Joel. They specifically focus on Joel 2:12-13, 28-29 from the Narrative Lectionary for Advent 1. Feel free to download the PowerPoint and Image Pack for free to use in your preaching, teaching, or personal Bible Study.

Good Grace to You | A Cartoonist’s Guide to Thanksgiving

A Thanksgiving gift to you. Good grace, joy, and favor to you this year.

Drawing Through Luke Episode 4: Using Comic Draw App on iPad Pro

Learn how to use the Comic Draw App on iPad Pro to make a graphic novel. That’s how I am making a Cartoonist’s Guide to Luke. This video gives quick tutorials to get you started, using my project as a real-time example.

How Good is Your Good News?

What is the “Good News?” That was the question I posed to the class Sunday night. This was the fifth week of our course How to Grow in Faith. We’ve been quickly surveying the Seven Habits of Spiritual Formation, and this week we explored Sharing My Faith. Another word...

One Perspective, Three Positions | A Sermon on Isaiah 6:1-8

This sermon explores the vision Isaiah had in Isaiah 6:1-8 and the three responses it evoked in him. It also connects Isaiah’s context to our own context in 2020. Isaiah’s vision came in “the year King Uzziah died.” It was one of “those years.” That was the year the Assyrian Empire began its invasion, and things went from bad to worse. We’re not having a great year in 2020 either. See how the new perspective Isaiah gained in this vision can evoke the same three positions in us and bring about the healing we need.

Who is Jesus…in 12 Minutes

This 12-minute video gives a crash course introduction to Jesus. Who is he, what did he teach, and why does it matter.

Is God Punishing Us?

Is God Punishing Us? Is God punishing us? Is God a vindictive, capricious character in an ancient story? How can the Jesus character of the Gospels, who taught love and peace, be related to the angry God of wrath in the stories of Israel? Have you ever asked these...

Drawing Through Luke Episode 3: Using Scrivener to Make a Graphic Novel Script

See the first color-coded outline of Luke and learn how to use Scrivener to create a script for a graphic novel.

How Quickly They Forget | A Sermon on the Golden Calf from Exodus 32

How quickly they forget. The children of Israel had just be miraculously rescued from slavery in Egypt. God spoke directly to them from the mountain and entered into a blood covenant. They were to be God’s treasured possession among all nations, God’s holy priesthood. They simply had to keep their end of the covenant.
They didn’t last 40 days before they turned to the status quo and crafted a Golden Calf.
This sermon explores how we, too, are regularly tempted to turn away from the wild claims of God’s love for the whole world and hunker down into our familiar safety zones.

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