Jesus appears to his disciples Posted on 12 April 202016 April 2020Author timwPosted in Easter24 Replies Happy Easter! This cartoon loosely based on the events of Luke 24 / John 20.
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Hello Tim, would like to ask you for permission to make the Russian version of this cartoon (https://tim.wakeling.me/cartoons/jesus-appears-to-his-disciples/). I am loving the timeliness and the fun of it!
Our Easter is coming this weekend (we are on Orthodox Calendar), so that would make lot’s of fun! Of course I’ll keep your signature it and can include a link to the original version!
Thank you for asking – yes, that’s fine! Enjoy 🙂
Tim, This cartoon totally lines up with our church’s Scripture reading for this week. We are in our fourth week of online worship in Bar Harbor Maine. We host our live service on ZOOM (we had 97 people last week!) and then render the Zoom recording to post on YouTube. We’ve only had about 45 views there (it’s a really small church!). May we have permission to include this cartoon in this week’s worship?
Thank you very much for your consideration of this request.
Of course – please do. And there’s nothing wrong with small churches!
Hi TIm, Just found this awesome cartoon. We are celebrating “Holy Humor” Sunday on April 16, 2020. I am seeking permission to use your cartoon in our YouTube online worship. My name is Maggie Beamguard and I am the pastor of the West End Presbyterian Church in West End NC.
Yes please feel free! Glad it fits well with what you’re doing!
Hi Tim – I’m vicar of a parish church in West Sussex, UK. I’ve just stumbled upon this wonderful cartoon and I’d love to use it in our online service this Sunday (19th) as we’ll be looking at this story in John 20. Would that be OK with you? Tnaks for considering this – and thanks for making me smile in dark days with this cartoon!
Glad it made you smile. Yes of course you may!
Thank you Tim – that’s very kind and generous of you, and much appreciated.
Dear Tim, this is a wonderful cartoon and we would like to use it for our Sunday worship on ZOOM, which is livestreamed to Facebook. It would fit really well with our service plan. Is it ok to include it?
Yes, feel free! 🙂
This is a wonderful cartoon, thank you! Would it be okay to post a copy of this on my parish facebook page?
Yes, please do! If you can credit or link back here too, that would be wonderful. Thanks 🙂
Tim, may we use your fabulous (and very apt!) cartoon in our virtual May “parish magazine” please? We’ll include a link to your website – circulation is about x110 with possible downloads of a few hundred via four church websites. Many thanks
Yes — thanks for asking. You are welcome to!
Tim, I would like to add your cartoon to my Catechetical newsletter dedicated to Directors of Religious Education. They would really appreciate your ideas and creativity. Thank you
Thank you Gustavo! Please do include it and credit this website. Enjoy 🙂
Hi Tim, please may I use this cartoon in our parish magazine – it links in with a piece someone’s writing about the Zoom church and choral online meetings. Many thanks, AILEEN, Editor
I’m pastor of a Methodist Church in Austria (Salzburg) and leading tomorrow’s service on the theme of “doubting Thomas/ resurrection”. May I use your comic (with attribution) on the service sheet that is handed out to the small congregation present and may I show it briefly on screen to people watching on Zoom/ Livestream? The service isn’t recorded, it is only shown live.
Your comic fits so perfectly to our situation at the moment – it made me smile!
Brilliant – thank you so much
I would like to put a German version in our church newsletter. Actually 2 Mennonite churches
I already translated the text and pasted it into the cartoon.
Would you allow me to use it? Conditions?
Mennonitengemeinde Augsburg – 30 copies
Mennonitengemeinde Bammental – 40 copies
You are very welcome to use the cartoon – glad you like it!
Hi, Tim. I saw your cartoon on Instagram and searched for your work. It’s really great. Do you have a social media account to follow you?
Thank you Claudia! I tweet @timwakeling but that’s mainly automated tweets from this website. I am on Instagram @timwakeling but I never post there, though I think I probably ought to start. 🙂