I want to use my "preaching ideas" which are basically the last thing I say at the end of my sermons, and post the memes and files on my blog and make them available for people to download and share.
I try to making these "preaching ideas" artful. And they each represent the culmination of 10-20 hours of work. I think they have the potential on the internet to:
2. Cause believers and non-believers to reconsider their theology
3. Challenge believers and non-believers
4. Get people to read the text in the Bible for themselves to see what is being talked about.
This may work. It may not. It might be successful, or it could just flop. I think it is worth trying, though, because it could have a meaningful impact on the online community.
If you’re an artist and would like to work on one of these “memes” send me an e-mail and I’ll send you a list of available preaching ideas you can select from.
A dear sister in the Lord, Juli Woodgerd, has illustrated the first of our memes:
(From the sermon How Will You Respond to the Resurrection?)
© 2013 Nathan James Norman
Meme: "Recycling for Our Lord"
© 2013 Juli Woodgerd
Feel free to pin them, post them and share them as much as you want. Just don’t change, sell or adapt them.