Creating beautiful and engaging faith formation resources to savor every liturgical season
"No dark corner or dingy cleft in God. No junk in the drawer, skeleton in the closet or crumb under the cushion. In God, light floods dazzling light through every nook and cranny."
PRINT AND POEM
Print and Poem exists to create beautiful and engaging faith formation resources to savor every liturgical season. The liturgical calendar is a way of telling time by telling a story that centers on the saving work of God in and through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. The year is divided into six seasons: Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, and Ordinary Time. Each season emphasizes important themes and practices that help us live more deeply into the story of Jesus. In order to help individuals, groups and churches live into this story of God's grace, Print and Poem creates curriculum, poetry, articles and artwork.
Sam Gutierrez is a California native who graduated from Dordt University with a degree in graphic design. Since then, he has worked as a youth pastor, resident director, campus minister, and spiritual formation coach. He completed his MDIV at Western Theological Seminary and currently works helping folks develop a robust Christian imagination as the Associate Director at the Eugene Peterson Center in Holland, Michigan. He is married to his wife Kelly and enjoys coffee, drawing, poetry, comic books, pizza, cats, Cocoa Krispies, Star Trek, tacos, Cowboy Cheese, cycling, Elvis, Narnia, smoke-infused whiskey, smash burgers, and Voltron. You can find out about Cowboy Cheese here.