Here’s the August Calendar. You can get the printable by signing up for the email list. I’d love to see your doodled calendar.
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
Happy Tuesday. Prompt: Write about something you’re thankful for about where you live. Psalm 35:18 I will give you thanks in the congregation; among the throngs I will praise you. I was very saddened to hear of the church bombing in Egypt on Palm Sunday. I pray for the victims and their families. I also pray for those that did this horrible
Psalm 147:4-5 He determines the number of the stars and calls them each by name. 5 Great is our Lord and mighty in power; his understanding has no limit. Last night I was going to go a whole different direction with this post, but this morning I woke up to find that mother had fallen and was in the hospital. So I am thankful that the God
For the third part of our series, we need to examine our choices for the materials we need to sketchnote. For the most basic level, all you need is a pencil and paper, but I would encourage you to be more choosy. I hope your journey in sermon sketchnoting is to take a step closer to God and hearing what He has to
Col. 3:23 Work as though you are working for the Lord. Write something about your job for which you’re thankful. Since my other two posts were about my boys, I thought I would finish my catch up posts with a post about my oldest son. He lives far away on a temporary assignment. He has a job he loves, but it’s in a difficult phase