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

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.

A Cartoonist’s Guide to the Bible Website Tour

Take a tour of cartoonistbible.com and learn how to access all the resources.

Reading Reading While Black While White

A reflection on the violence in our streets, racial injustice, and the imprecatory Ps

Study Paul’s Letter to the Galatians with Me

A six-week online course that explores Paul’s letter to the Galatians and how it fits into the story of Acts.

Drawing the Crucifixion

Watch the drawing process of the crucifixion from A Cartoonist’s Guide to Luke. This was drawn in both the ComicDraw App and the Procreate App on the iPad Pro. The video ends with a reading of the story from Luke 23.

A Reading of Holy Week from the Gospel of Luke

Listen to a reading of Holy Week in the Gospel of Luke set to the images from A Cartoonist’s Guide to Luke.

Visualizing the Character of God

The Psalm for today was Psalm 86. I've been reading one Psalm each day since the beginning of the year as part of my morning quiet time practice. Psalm 86 is a typical Psalm, attributed to David, in which David praises God, reminds God how devoted David is to God,...

Lost and Found | A Sermon on the Prodigal Son from Luke 15

A lost sheep, a lost coin, a lost son. These are three parables that Jesus tells in Luke 15. He told them in response to the criticism he received from the religious leaders. They scorned him for hanging around with tax collectors and sinners. This sermon looks at these stories from the perspective of the older brother. He resented the “lost son” and didn’t thing he deserved to be found. How often do we feel that way about “those people?”

Where Did the Palms and Hosanna Go in Luke?

This week the Narrative Lectionary brings us to Luke 19:28-44. We have finally arrived in Jerusalem. We’ve been traveling here with Jesus since chapter 9. This Sunday is traditionally called Palm Sunday. The event is called the Triumphal Entry. If you grew up in the...

A Visual and Missional Commentary on Luke 18:31-19:10

The Narrative Lectionary this week calls for a reading of Luke 18:31-19:10. This is the final stop on Jesus' journey toward Jerusalem. Below is my visual commentary. Feel free to copy and use any of these images. My Commentary The reading has three sections. They all...
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