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Allison Wehrung

Faithful doodler. Trash crafter. Question asker.

Listening Worksheet

Y’all, I really wanted to come up with a title for this post that was catchier and cooler than “Listening Worksheet”. . .buuut. . .that’s what it is.

At UKirk tonight, my students and I watched a TED talk as part of our discussion, and we used this worksheet to make some notes as we listened. You might use it to respond to all sorts of things!

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Seeing and Saying

An Easter sermon on John 20:1-18 preached at First Presbyterian Church, Pontotoc, MS; March 2018. 

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A Bead Prayer for Holy Week

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An Easter Swim

A coloring page commissioned by Telos @ Southminster Presbyterian Church; Oxford, MS, March 2018. 

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Covenant Commandments

Adapted from a sermon preached on Exodus 20:1-17 at First Presbyterian Church in Pontotoc, MS; Oxford, MS, March 2018.

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Photo by Jamie Templeton on Unsplash.

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Life + Lemons

For T.J.; Oxford, MS, February 2018.

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{Canvas and acrylic paint.}

Inspired by my person’s recent move across town, and his preference for this particular mixed drink.

P.S. If you like cocktails in general, check out our pal @ericamakesdrinks on Insta — really pretty pictures of really tasty beverages!

 

Examen Journal

A tool for daily reflection; Oxford, MS, February 2018.

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The examen is a practice that invites us to notice God’s presence in our day. There are a lot of ways to ask the questions — where we felt most and least fulfilled, where we felt it easiest and hardest to give love, where we felt closest to and furthest from God…

I originally drew this mini journal to include in the Lenten Prayer to Go boxes I made for UKirk Ole Miss. But there aren’t specific dates on the pages, so it could be useful anytime.

 

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Prayer to Go: College Edition

If you’re in the business of (or generally interested in) church leadership, you might’ve seen floating around the interwebs the idea of take out boxes for faith. Sometimes they’re designed for liturgical seasons like Lent or Advent; other times they’re distributed for seasons like summer, when mayyyybe folks don’t get to church as often. The idea is that people can take the box home, and in it find supplies and instructions for practices to deepen their faith.

As I realized that I’d love to offer something like this to my college students, I also noticed that all the pre-made lists I’d found felt pretty specifically developed for families with kids. They either included activities obviously for children, or practices like baking bread that required time and tools many members of my college congregation don’t necessarily have. So after a lot of googling, some Facebook asking, Pinteresting, personal brainstorming, and a little doodling, we’ve arrived at this college-geared Prayer to Go. If this sounds up your alley, keep reading to find what I included in the boxes (all the goods for a daily practice and weekly ones), where I got the supplies, and a printable or three for good measure. Continue reading “Prayer to Go: College Edition”

I Believe

Cover art for Davidson College Presbyterian Church’s 2018 Lent devotional; Oxford, MS, January 2018.

My artistic adventure this time was to craft an image related to DCPC’s Lent devotional theme, proclaimed by the organizers to be “I Believe.” Before I say more about what you see, I think it’s worth mentioning some bits about how we got here.

Me when I heard the theme: “Oh okay cool, yeah that makes a lot of sense for a devotional.” Me five minutes later: “Waiiit a minute, what does ‘I Believe’ actually look like?” Continue reading “I Believe”

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