Ed, thanks so much for the inside glimpse. It’s always so encouraging to me to see how other pastors spend their day preparing. And I’m excited to pick up the new resources that you mentioned. Blessings!
Way cool, Ed. I’m an old lady (55) not really old, just seasoned. I’m a cool “G”, short for Grandmother. I’m really excited that God has chosen a fellow like you for these times we’re in. As a teen, I sure could’ve used a guy like you as my spiritual leader. I have ordered your RPM series for my grandchildren and also a recently divorced young person I know. I watch you every Sun a.m. before I leave for church. God richly bless you and your family.It’s great to see you behind the scenes. By the way, I’m an aritst too. Love your Jesus paintings!! Thanks, Virginia
Hey Ed – I love to make notes in my bible as well. However, I hate to ruin the pags because of bleed through. What highlihter do you use as it looks like it does not bleed through. I want to be able to highlight and then turn the page and not see it on the other side. Thanks – love your teachings – love your dedication to studying. Take care.
Thanks pastor for showing this. Despite how we feel about a particular sermon, across this great nation, the amount of time pastors put into sermon prep is the unseen portion of a pastors job. It takes about 11 hours or prep per sermon and sometimes because you are afraid of saying the wrong thing that time can be purily labor intensive. I enjoyed watching how you prepare.
Thanks for sharing your approach to creatively preaching the Word! Love your Colorful paintings!!I saw a great sermon on Jonah where the paintings were created (3 sermons) x 4 in the sermon series~during the service. The painter painted while the preacher preached.