Jeromy Johnson | June 25, 2008
Share …above. And in the left column, you’ll see a new image to click on. (by the way, if you’d like to add it—the image-hyperlink “What if the Church was Invisible“—to your blog or website, let me know and I can email you the HTML).
Jeromy Johnson | April 17, 2008
ShareI have to confess that I have a font addiction—I have over 2,000 fonts installed on my Macbook (that felt good to get off my hairless chest). But I have to admit, I’ve never seen this font: Is that wrong? LOL [thanks toobstar]
Jeromy Johnson | April 15, 2008
Share Forgiveness is not an occasional art, it is a permanent attitude. ~ Martin Luther Amen and thank God.
Jeromy Johnson | March 31, 2008
Share I have been doing graphic design work on the side for the past 10 years and am currently transitioning to full time. I specialize in print media but also have experience in website design . . . http://golfachiever.com/ Here is a PDF copy of my current portfolio: Jeromy’s Graphic Design Portfolio If you have [...]
Jeromy Johnson | January 23, 2008
Share Something changed and someone forgot to tell me…or I just wasn’t listening. For a period of 16 years (1991-2007) I pastored teenagers, in one form or another, in a local church. For 15 of those years, the youth ministry looked like your typical youth ministry: A Sunday morning meeting (worship), a midweek meeting (outreach), [...]
Jeromy Johnson | December 14, 2007
Share1636 1662 Above are two paintings by the same artist, Rembrandt, of the same theme, The Return of the Prodigal Son, but painted in two different seasons of Rembrandt’s life (1636 and 1662). These paintings are based on Luke 15 when a “prodigal” son returns to his loving father. They represent two different mediums of [...]
Jeromy Johnson | November 3, 2007
SharePainted in 1601 at age 28 Painted in 1606 at age 33 Above are two paintings by the same artist, Caravaggio, of the same theme, Supper at Emmaus, but painted in two different seasons of Caravaggio’s life. These paintings are based on Luke 24 when two disciples come to recognize Jesus, resurrected, during a meal. [...]