Bulletin Cover Acts 9:5 Who are you Lord? This week we continued our doctrinal series. The question this week was Who are you Lord? From Acts 9:5. Here’s the link to the sermon if you want to listen. http://www.discoverlifespring.com/782095. I continued with Illuminating the first letter, but I kept it simple to keep the emphasis on the Red Letters of Jesus’ words.
Next time the when the little green monsters of fear and self doubt come knocking on your door, remember 2nd Timothy 1:7. Commit 2nd Timothy 1:7 to memory: what a powerful verse! When we face trails in our lives, we have nothing to fear as God is with us always and He gives us the power to be bold and grow stronger in
Sermon Sketchnotes : Ps 18:31 Who is God besides the Lord? I have discovered that when I doodle a bit during the sermon I retain more. I have undertaken the study of Stechnoting which incorporates sketching into note taking. It’s a very effective method for jotting notes and increasing retention of information. I can attest to this method’s effectiveness. I am able to absorb key
I’m taking a manuscript class learning how to illuminate letters. So here’s my first attempt using illustrator. The pastor is starting a 10 week doctrinal series and it seemed appropriate to use illuminated letters to illustrate these doctrinal truths. Here’s the link to the sermon if you want to follow along. http://www.discoverlifespring.com/736098
While my husband and I were on a date to Home Depot, we ran into an old friend who invited us his church, St. Louis Family Church to see the Blind Boys of Alabama perform. So here are my sketch notes from that amazing service. It was the Pastor Jeff Perry’s birthday. It was a wonderful service and a wonderful to visit to St. Louis
Saturday in 27 degree weather 20 students from SIUE and some awesome folks from different churches in the area all got together and we feed the homeless. I am always amazed at these events when I think that we won’t have enough food. The pots of food just keep coming and there was more than enough. It was crazy cold, but we still fed about
“For Everyone who has crossed over to the Promised Land, there are are many who stand for a while and look longingly across the river and then turn sadly back to the comparative safety of the sandy wastes of the old life.” A. T. Tozer When the pastor asked me to use this verse for this week’s bulletin cover, I have to say that I
I get to do a lot of pieces for the Student ministry area. This piece is one in a series that affirms God love for you and the He is your Creator. God doesn’t make junk. As I am a natural doodler, I incorporated doodling into this piece. Psalm 139: 15-16 talks about how deliberately God went about creating you, and in being a child