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 →
A series of images for a sermon on John 2:1-11 … Continue reading →
I created this series of images for an Advent sermon based on Jeremiah 33:14-16 called, “Where Do We Find Security?” The original lock photo is from a Creative Commons collection. See below for the original psd file to create your … 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