No Reserves, No Retreats, No Regrets

“What should terrify us is reaching the end of our lives having succeeded in a bunch of things that do not matter.”

@charlesbillingsley speaks to how to handle a God-given vision! It’s not an easy road for sure but so much more rewarding! Here are my notes from @thomasroad from this past Sunday! There is so much more to this sermon than I could capture here – I recommend getting the TRBC app and checking it out. 🙌

Thomas Road Christmas Eve Service

I’m a little late on this one but we still have our Christmas decorations up so it’s fair game! I wish I was able to draw everyone that’s involved with these services because I realize there is a small army required to put this on and we never see them. God bless you all out there, the work is remarkable and I join with others in appreciation of you! Thanks! 

I’ve enjoyed seeing all the family photos and worship services on social media this year. During these times His names rises above all others – I pray for all of us in this family to grow closer to Him this year. God bless you all – Merry Christmas!

Christmas Eve Service at @thomasroad

Hope has a Name


Sunday morning at @thomasroad. Hope has a name! 

Hope Revealed

Sunday morning at @thomasroad . @charlesbillingsleybroke out in some fire a cappella in the middle of his own sermon! One of my sons said “and that’s without auto tune!”

And Always Be Thankful

Sunday morning at @thomasroad. I appreciated this message heading into Thanksgiving. I tried to capture the “table” illustration but you probably need to see the service to get the full effect! 😅

The God of Relativism

“In those days there was no king in Israel; everyone did what was right in his own eyes.”

I’ve got to hand it to @charlesbillingsley because I can imagine being asked to preach about moral relativism has got to be a challenging call in multiple realms. I thought he handled it with all the knowledge, grace, and humor that he brings to every sermon. The only problem I had with this sermon is the same problem I have with all of Charles’ sermons; there’s just simply not enough space on this iPad to capture all the quotes, history, and lessons he packs into each sermon. I’d have to start working at poster size! 😅 Thank you Charles and @thomasroad ! 🙌

There is a River

One thing I appreciate about a Charles Billingsley sermon is the amount of stuff that you’re going to learn by the time it’s over. He packs them FULL. 😅 The hardest part about drawing them is figuring out what to cut! Here are the TRBC notes for the weekend! 🔥🔥🔥

Acorns and Oak Trees

Living the Dash

So Much More – A Walk in the World

Charles Billingsley preached at Thomas Road Baptist Church on Sunday and brought the 🔥! The sermon was great, loaded with exposition and motivation. This is the first in a series of spiritual disciplines that will be preached about over the next month. Sermons like this can be difficult for me because I start writing down every single sentence. Having to trim and decide what to actually post is a real struggle; It’s all so good!

I’m really looking forward to the rest of this series!