Drawing the Crucifixion

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.

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

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?”

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

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....