On this, the third Sunday in Lent, Rev. Michael Bochenski looks at what we can learn from Mark 9 about being in life’s valleys.
Whilst we are searching for our new senior minister, we have a moderator – an experienced minister from another church to help as a guide and mentor during the search. We’re delighted that Rugby Baptist Church have blessed us by sharing their minister, Rev. Michael Bochenski, with us. On this, the third Sunday in Lent, he spoke with us about how we might experience Jesus in the valleys of our lives.
To listen to Michael’s message, click here.
[Artist’s note: I haven’t posted any sketchnotes for a little while, more by omission than deliberately. That said, I wanted to return to a non-digital style for today’s sketchnote, and though still working on my iPad, I think I’ve created a more analogue feel to the illustration.]
Rev. Mark Clay is leaving us after 23 years as our minister, to become our Regional Minister. In his last sermon at WBC as senior minister, Mark explores Psalm 103.
To listen to Mark’s message, click here.
Summer Evenings In the Psalms – Rev Mark Clay explores the theme of being in a spiritual desert using Psalms 42 & 43, offering a route to the nearest oasis…
The message this illustration accompanies is available to listen to here.
Rev Nick Swanson looks at Paul’s well known passage about how nothing, nothing at all, can separate us from the love of God.
[Artist’s note: the image used was inspired by the wedding celebrated at the church the day before, but also represents the Church as the bride of Christ: the ultimate marriage.]
To listen to the audio version of the message, click here.
Rev. Mark Clay shares his messaged based on the parable of the wise and foolish builders: on which foundation are you building your life?
The message is drawn from Matthew 7:24-29. To listen to the message, click here.
And if you’re interested in the artistic process, here’s a quick video showing the creation of this image:
Rev Nick Swanson continued our series on the ‘Promises of God’, looking at Matthew 11:25-30 where God offers rest for the weary. What does this mean for us?
To listen to the message this illustration accompanies, click here.
Rev Derek Tidball explored the promises made to the Israelites through Jeremiah. Rather than the interpretation of some that it is a ticket to health, wealth and prosperity, we are encouraged to understand the bigger picture…