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Rev. Sarah, at Your Service

My friend Sarah is the Presbyterian Church (USA)‘s latest pastor! This was on the cover of her ordination service bulletins. 


Oxford, MS, 2018. {Cardboard, acrylic paint, and ink. (Also used some bubble wrap.)} Continue reading “Rev. Sarah, at Your Service”

Jars for the Journey

Bulletin cover coloring page inspired by Isaiah 46:1-4 and 2 Corinthians 4:7-12, for my ordination service at Davidson College Presbyterian Church; Oxford, MS, March 2017.

Ordination bulletin cover{Paper and pen.}

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Ordination Inspiration

For the Rev. Lauren Peters on her ordination day; Mobile, AL, April 2016.


{Acrylic and paint pen on canvas. Also used in the process: corrugated cardboard.}

For the Rev. Landon Dillard on her ordination day; Cornelius, NC, November 2016.


{Acrylic and paint pen on canvas.}

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A Twice-Blazed Trail

Since October 20,

  • Early Voting has come and gone in North Carolina and many other states — the beginning of the end of maybe our most emotionally-charged election season yet.
  • The Presbyterian Church (USA) has celebrated the 60th anniversary of the first woman ordained to the Ministry of Word and Sacrament.
  • I’ve spent about 36 hours a week working as a Computer Operator at my local Early Voting precinct.
  • I’ve continued wading through the search process to find my first ordained call as a Presbyterian pastor.

I woke up this morning and took a deep breath. Election Day. Okay. Here we go.

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