My 2022 Lenten discipline is to read through the first book of Psalms (1-41) and spend time reflecting on one a day, producing a piece of artwork in response (with space allowed for days ‘off’!) This page will be updated throughout Lent 2022.
As part of my 2021 Lenten discipline, I decided to continue the project I’d started in Advent (see my Jesse Tree illustrations) – using the Jesus Tree Lent Devotion resource by TribeOfManyArrows on Etsy, I spent each day of Lent reflecting on a story from Jesus’ life from childhood to resurrection.
Sermon for Advent 4 (Year C), 19 December 2021 Readings: Julian of Norwich, Revelations of Divine Love, chapter 25; Luke 1.39-55 When I was 19, I was sent to support a couple of church groups as an additional leader for trips and to broaden my experience of different church traditions (as I was already exploringContinue reading ““Do you want to see her?””
The first two chapters of Luke are a rich concert of songs sung by Elizabeth, Mary, Zechariah, Angels (and Solomon). This series of daily illustrations represents a slow reflection on how our familiar characters were responding to the Holy Spirit, and the songs that were filling their hearts.
Over Advent 2020, I challenged myself to create illustrations following a Jesse Tree reading plan. Beginning on 27 November, the Jesse Tree follows the story of scripture from Creation to the birth of Christ. It is a reflection that prepares for Advent by journeying through the stories on Jesus’ family tree – the people andContinue reading “Jesse Tree visual reflections”