The preaching text for this weekend is Ephesians 3:14-19. Paul has just explained to the churches around Ephesus why he has been suffering. His mission is to proclaim that ALL PEOPLE—Jew AND Gentile—are loved by God and are called to live together in equality as the body of Christ. This unpopular message is the source […]
I will often create an image or diagram to explore a specific scripture. These visualizations often turn into graphics for sermons and lessons. Most of them are created on my iPad in the Noteshelf app.
The Narrative Lectionary is working through Ephesians this summer. I read the daily text from Clergy Stuff this morning and Richard Rohr’s meditation that talked about the body of Christ and it motivated me to go back to my work on Ephesians from 2004 and put some finishing touches to it. I did all the […]
The Narrative Lectionary text for this weekend’s sermon is Galatians 3:1-9, 23-29. This is the middle sermon in a three-part series on Galatians. Paul is making his argument why the Gentiles are as much children of Abraham and the Gospel as the Jews. Below is my visualization of the text. Enjoy. This is a similar […]
This is a big weekend for me. It is my first opportunity to preach in my new call at Easter Lutheran Church in Eagan. I spent the day sketching through some ideas about Galatians 1:13-17, 2:11-21. (You can download the PowerPoint here.) Enjoy! Isn’t it funny how passionate and divisive we can become over something […]