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Do, Love, Walk.

Micah 6:8; Mobile, AL, December 2015.

Sarah, who you’ve met before, also asked me to make these — one for her, and one for her sister Natalie. Fun fact: Natalie is a YAV serving in Miami! She shares about it here.

micah 6micah 6 blue green

{Paper, pen, and colored pencil.}

Keep On Doing

Philippians 4:8-9 (ish); Mobile, AL, December 2015.

My friend Sarah (of ethics project fame) hangs out with college students and other young adults in Memphis, and she asked me to make these for two of her students who are graduating (congrats, friends!).

If you’re interested in learning more about the PC (USA)’s ministries with college students, check out the denomination’s UKirk website.

Psalm 27 B

Psalm 27 A{Paper, pen, and colored pencil.}

Like Sunflowers

Words from Anne Lamott’s book Help Thanks Wow; Decatur, GA, March 2015.

Like Sunflowers

{Watercolor paper, watercolor paint, and pen.}

Jesus Feeds the Four Thousand

A reflection on Mark 8:1-10 for Lent devotional book at Davidson College Presbyterian Church; February mandala


For Lent devotional book at Davidson College Presbyterian Church; February 2014.

Human Collage

{Paper, magazine clippings, book pages, and pen.}

An exploration of one of the many answers to Jesus’ question: “Who do you say that I am?” Especially in the Lenten season of preparing to observe the earthly death and resurrection of Christ, I think it’s important to connect with Jesus’ humanity. Jesus walked on the ground and got dirt between his toes. Jesus breathed air and ate food and gave food to others. So many of the verbs that Jesus lived during his time on earth are the same ones we live today.

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