Happy Labor Day. I got up this morning and decided to post something in my online classroom to wish everyone a Happy Labor Day. I did some research and found some fun facts about Labor Day and then decided to put it all in a Sketchnote to post in my class. Hopefully, they will like it more than a lecture on Job Order Cost Accounting. I thought maybe I should share my process of creating a fact sheet.
I haven’t post a sketchnote in a while and I’m excited to be able to start posting more regularly now. We have finished our time in Children’s Church, and are beginning to visit other churches to connect and create a bigger community in Christ. I’ll post more about 5:13 Ministries later. Here are my Sketchnotes from Willot Road Community Church in St. Peters MO. Dr.
I haven’t fallen off the face of the earth after all. It’s been a busy summer so I’ve taken some time off. But I thought I’d do a little posting tonight. We started a prayer service at LifeSpring Community Church (1615 Thoele Road, St. Peters, MO). If you are anyone you know is in need of prayer, please join us. As far as my sketchnotes
This week I’m posting some sketchnotes I did for a recent Children’s Ministry Webinar I attended. The presenter loved these so much he incorporated them into his handout. These were easy to sketchnote as Mark Jones from Mr. Mark’s Classroom provided a lot of visual images during his webinar. We’re actually headed off to meet him at a Children’s Conference. Stay tuned for more sketchnotes.
Some times thoughts pop into your head that require a quick note. Instead of writing out these notes, its good to develop a short hand or a legend to help you get those notes down quickly so you can keep your attention on the message. Developing a legend will help you keep up with the sermon without having to write long notes. You can begin thinking about
Hopefully you tuned in for last week’s post that was the introduction to this series on Sketchnoting. if you missed it you, can get it here. There’s a bit of prep that can help your sketchnotes go smoother, but as it will take me a few weeks to discuss these things, I want to encourage you to just start this week. Here’s the fast
I get a lot of questions on how to start sketching during sermon notes. A lot of people feel intimidated to draw during church having people look over their shoulders. They ask me what to do if they don’t know how to draw something or what to do if they make a mistake. First and foremost let’s address the WHY. Why would we want
I haven’t posted any sketchnotes in a bit, so I thought I’d share what I’ve been up too. I’ve not been happy with my sketchnote format. I have been Sketchnoting on a sheet of card stock but I find I want to have them in a bound book. I knew I didn’t want a binding that was glued because you can’t use the whole
I thought I would recap 2016 with my travels, books read and so on. I put them in sketchnote format. I would encourage you to do the same. Where did you travel? How many miles did you walk or run? What else do you want to document? I would encourage you to think about what you did in 2016. My process was to think about
I won’t write a long blog posts since there’s a lot to take in in this sketchnote. These are my notes from Margaret Feinberg’s talks at Daybreak last week at Harvester Christian. She was awesome and inspirational. If you ever get the chance to hear her speak – don’t miss it. I loved the part about looking for the Joy Bombs that God drops