DiscipleQuest: a lifelong quest for spiritual growth, discovery, and action. DiscipleQuest is open to anyone in 6th grade or anytime afterward and continues for a lifetime. Participants are taught to teach, trained to train, and coached to coach. While the … Continue reading →
We always have a big Fall Festival on Reformation Sunday with a bounce house, maze, etc. This year, I created a quiz that’s going to go on a bulletin board, based loosely on the “You Don’t Know Jack” games. Here’s … Continue reading →
For my poetic sermon on Psalm 98: Sing a New Song, I created some graphic elements using music symbols as metaphors. Help yourself. … Continue reading →
This hymn was written by myself and Michael Albrecht for our 2018 Lent series about the love of God, “Love Conquers All,” based mostly on 1 John. (See schedule here) The hymn is designed to use stanzas 1 & 12 … Continue reading →
For a sermon based on Mark 8:27-38, a Mount Rushmore variant with various interpretations of Jesus.
Drawn from the following images:
- Dean Franklin – 06.04.03 Mount Rushmore Monument (by-sa)-3 new.jpg
- The Christus (Replica of a statue of Jesus Christ, by Danish artist Bertel Thorvaldsen. This statue sits on top floor of North Visitor Center in Temple Square in Salt Lake City.)
- Best Jesus Ever (At the Portuguese church (near Kumarakom))
- Buddy Jesus loves you & wants you to be happy
- Head of Christ
Using the same “embroidered patch” motif of the other images in my “Live Free or Die” sermon, here’s a red and black crucifix image.
Title image for the sermon, “Live Free or Die” based on 1 Corinthians 6:12-20
This is a price tag used for a sermon called, “Live Free or Die” based on 1 Corinthians 6:12-20. It looks like an embroidered patch because of a graphic motif used for all the slides in the sermon.
A basic denim background, originally designed for the sermon, “Live Free or Die” as a PowerPoint background for its “patches on denim” graphic motif.
Here’s a Communion hymn for the feast of the Baptism of Our Lord (1st Sunday after the Epiphany). While it’s mainly based on John’s account, it should work for the festival regardless. Also consider on days with a Baptism in … Continue reading →