Explore this interactive bookshelf to dive into every book and genre of the Bible.
A Cartoonist’s Guide to Mark is an online resource where you can access visual commentaries, PowerPoint files, images, and printable handouts to supplement your study and preaching of the Gospel of Mark. It is keyed to the Narrative Lectionary texts.
Jesus shakes things up in Mark 2:1-22. He claims authority to forgive sins, he parties with tax collectors, and his disciples don’t fast. His response is this, “You put new wine into new wineskins.” How do you deal with the disruptive nature of Jesus?
Happy New Year! This is a highlight review of my favorite blog posts from 2019.
This is a visual meditation on Mark 1:15. Jesus begins his ministry by proclaiming, “The time is fulfilled and the Kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the good news!”
This Sunday is the fifth day of Christmas and the Narrative Lectionary takes us to Mark 1:1-20. That’s funny, there is no birth story in Mark. So, what is Christmas according to the Gospel of Mark?
A Visual Commentary that steps through the Christmas Story in Luke 2:1-14. Use these images in your sermon, teaching, or personal study.
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.
Check out my new resource pages for Small Groups, Preachers, and Teachers. They are full of books, images, PowerPoints, downloads, videos, animations, and more.
How do we prepare teens for interfaith dialogue? It requires a combination of helping them construct a strong worldview that is open to other views while being true to itself.