An image of the Bible under a microscope for sermons and articles on examining Scripture.
Originally created for a sermon based on Jeremiah 28:5-9: “You Can Falsify the Bible”.
I’ve come to the conclusion that the Christian faith cannot be practiced alone. It’s impossible. In our “personal relationship with Jesus” individualistic culture, that seems anathema, but you just won’t find that kind of individualism in the Bible. The First … Continue reading →
Following our translation comparison to find an easy to read translation for student use, and settling on the HCSB, we chose The Big Picture Interactive Bible for Kids, but then the next question came: if we’re going to use this … Continue reading →
Our Lent series this year was based on the petitions of the Lord’s Prayer and how they match up with Jesus’s words from the cross. Here’s the worksheet/order we used (PDF). We also had a theme hymn, “Father God, Who … Continue reading →
This is a pair of images from a sermon on Philippians 2:5-11, “The Mind of God.” One depicts Jesus thinking of the world while hanging on the cross. The other depicts the world thinking of Jesus. Image of Jesus by … Continue reading →
I created this artwork for a sermon on Philippians 2:5-11 exploring the mind of God. It’s based on the idea that Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel depiction of God in “The Creation of Adam” depicts a human brain. … Continue reading →
For a sermon based on the 1st Petition of the Lord’s Prayer, Hallowed Be Thy Name, from the Prayer is Crucial series, an image of Jesus on the cross with the INRI replaced with YHWY. … Continue reading →
We’re looking for ways to connect Sunday school with the rest of the week, home/family, etc. So I’ve started a project that will be take-home based on the CPH lesson each week. I’ll probably do it through the rest of … Continue reading →
I recently wrote an article on the Incarnation and the Real Presence relative to the Passover, and I took some photos that might be useful to those who’d like to tie “The Word became flesh” to “This is My body.” … Continue reading →