Well, I’m a little late number four after the holiday weekend, and having family in town. From the sermon on John, I am the way, the truth, and the life. I thought some icon design would be great for this one.
Number 3 from our Pastor’s sermon was from John 13: 31-38. Today was all about the glory of Christ, and when God is glorified, Christ is glorified. My key take away was a classic point, of loving one another as Christ loved us.
Number two from the Lessons From the Upper was entitled Judas The Betrayer. Something that stuck out to me during the sermon, and maybe it wasn’t something that I had thought of before, was that Judas’s heart was never sincere. Despite following Christ, witnessing miracles, walking with him, his heart was never in the game.
Since being quarantined, I started sketching the sermon notes, instead of only writing things down. I decided to make it a little personal project as well. This was first one I did from our pastor’s series Called Lesson’s From the Upper Room, John 13: 1-7. A key point from our Pastor was that God loves […]
In 2019 In Touch Ministries started a yearly theme campaign. Last years was, “The Whole Church.” There were several pieces designed, and prints ads ran in the bimonthly issue of the magazine. To learn more go to: https://www.intouch.org/get-involved. All images © In Touch Ministries
Near the end of 2019, The Path Project, pathproject.org, reached out to me to design their end of year campaign. It started with their campaign theme and logo design, The Power of Showing Up, which focused on the impact of great volunteers. From there we explored web graphics and social media. I’ve worked with the […]
Some new client work here! A few weeks ago a youth pastor in Washington D.C. commissioned me to design their youth conference brochure. The theme of the conference was from Haggai 2:23, which reads: ‘On that day,’ declares the Lord of hosts, ‘I will take you, Zerubbabel, son of Shealtiel, My servant,’ declares the Lord, ‘and I will […]
Statues have issues just like us, so why not use them to illustrate the titles of this reading series on anger, from Dr. Charles Stanley. There’s no gloomy photographs here. These graphics are posted on You Version, which is from bible.com. My coworker worked night and day creating this reading plan, so I knew it […]
It was a pleasure to design Catapult Media’s new logo, especially when they pick my favorite option.