I don't write a full script when I preach unless I have to, but I love to preach from some kind of mind map or picture-word combination. As an experiment I neatened up one from last night to see if it would be a useful or beautiful thing for people to see. The result is... Continue Reading →
If you haven't already seen it, take a look at this, the website for the Cambridge Stations. And better still, if you can, go along in person to any or all of the installations and artworks that have been specially commissioned as part of this pop-up reflective project for Lent. The tradition of following the... Continue Reading →
Here's my second Lent doodle. The idea here is that the fish all fit together precisely because they're not the same as each other. In fact, some of the fish are downright weird looking and a little mis-shapen. But if they weren't they wouldn't fit in here, and more importantly, they'd be stopping other fish... Continue Reading →
There was plenty of the large piece of black paper left over from yesterday's quiet day, so I added this doodle to it. Epiphany is a good day to have spare black paper (and white, silver and gold pens that will write on it).
Advent Illustrated is a four-week Bible journaling challenge, which participants are journaling through the Bible together, starting with the creation account and ending with the story of Jesus’ birth. Today's prompt is 'Light', the scripture verse is Genesis 1.1, and this is my response (media: pen and ink on paper, then some digital faffing around with... Continue Reading →
So last week my son picked up a pine cone and wanted to keep it, but rather than putting it in his own pocket, he wanted me to put it in mine. So I did, and as usual, he forgot it was there, and so did I. Today was the first time I wore that... Continue Reading →