Creative Projects from Bible Class


Here are some of the projects that my students turned in this past semester. Thought you might enjoy them. (Click on any of the small images on this page, to get a bigger image.)


I think this first one really captures some wonderful concepts about Jesus' relationship to us -- as found in the "Lost Sheep" parable. And it has pink sheep, too! I really, really like it.

and here's a close-up for you:


Next, we have a very typically Korean-style project. I hadn't realized it until this year, but several of my Korean students have turned in projects with this same basic stylistic approach. (I had to split the picture up into two halves. Sorry. Click on the left half, then click on the right half.) Here, the student delves into the nature of God's love for us, and how we can love others based upon that:


As I told the student artist for our next entry, the more I look at this picture, the more I like it. To which "signs of the times" do you pay attention?


Well, there are others -- including some poems and a video. But that gives you a good sample of the high end of my students' creative projects last semester. I was quite pleased -- and still get excited about these!