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 →
Here’s an image I created for a sermon on Romans 6:1-11 to show that other things get outdated, but our Baptism is new every day.
Title: Buried Alive
Description: We’ve been given eternal life, but we still live in the world of the temporary. How can we experience the eternal now?
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 →
A Photoshop composite for a sermon from Matthew 5:1-12 (Sermon on the Mount, Beatitudes) When everything crumbles: When everything falls apart around you, when you have nothing left, is it possible to feel blessed in the middle of that? Cross … Continue reading →
A wrestling championship belt around a Bible
From a sermon based on Genesis 32.22-30
From a sermon based on Luke 10:38-42 Finding God in the Clutter (Jesus, Mary & Martha)
No matter the space, we’ll fill it, whether our homes, our computers, or our schedules. How do we find the space we need for everything that needs to go into it?
Illustration for sermon from Isaiah 66:10-14
“Comfort for the Nation”
When the stress of life is too much, where can we find comfort? Is comfort from God just platitudes, or does He truly have comfort to give? How do we find that comfort?
Inspired by a sermon I recently heard, here’s a simple illustration depicting God’s name placed on our hearts through Holy Baptism, that He claims us as His own like Andy claimed his toys in Toy Story by writing his name on their feet.