Exporting from Anderson, Indiana | Warner Press

Series of books Warner Press exports
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My local newspaper published an article on my employer, Warner Press.

Exporting from Anderson (Indiana)

I’ve seen the statistics for some time, but it still amazes me our Egermeier’s Bible Storybook has sold over six-million copies and have gone all over the world.

Globalization is everywhere, even at small, non-profit publishers!

Cow and a manger

Christmas is coming! Right now, I am working on a coloring book that will be available for next Christmas. This page is near the beginning of the book. It is based on the Christmas carol, “Away in a Manger.”

Serve One Another

Activity Illustration exampleThis morning, I’m working on an illustration in Adobe Illustrator. The title of this activity is “Serve One Another.”

In this word puzzle, the student is asked what they would do if a friend forgot her lunch money. The student has enough money, but really wants an ice cream sandwich.

Tina Houser Children’s Ministry Encounter

Tina Houser’s Children’s Ministry Encounter is coming Saturday, September 24 to Madison Park Church of God in Anderson, Indiana. My employer, Warner Press is sponsoring the conference.

I will be there performing various duties, so I hope to see you there.

Tina is an experienced children’s pastor who is now the Publications Director of K! Magazine. Her emphasis is to train and encourage others to be creative in children’s ministry. She will be discussing various topics, such as…

  • Understanding multiple intelligence
  • teaching kids spiritual disciplines
  • creative teaching methods

If you are a children’s ministry teacher who wants to learn from a dynamic, creative veteran, Then I highly recommend it.

You can find the details and register at this link.

 

PS: The illustration above was created by Christian Elden, another fine Warner Press employee.

 

Locusts for Lunch

This is an activity book cover I did for Warner Press entitled, Locusts for Lunch. This book holds a little place in my heart because it was one of the first I wrote, illustrated and designed. It was fun planning the word and graphic activities as well as telling the story.

I thought this title would be perfect for this week’s Illustration Friday word. The word is “swarm.”