Are you interested in reading the Bible, but feel intimidated by how wordy it is? In Care Baldwin's Wednesday Bookmark interview with Art Ayris, Art discusses the making of The Epic Bible, the world's most complete, graphic adaptation of the Bible. He also discusses why he's choosing to donate copies to prisons and juvenile detention centers, and his future plans for Kingstone Studios. Aired: May 5th, 2021 on CHRI Radio 99.1FM in Ottawa, Canada.Purchase The Epic Bible, here https://amzn.to/3t6avmU. As an Amazon Associate, CHRI earns from qualifying purchases.For more CHRI shows, visit chri.ca
609: The Epic Bible Tells God’s Story from Eden to Eternity in a Format Your Tweens and Teens Will Love (feat. Art Ayris)
The Shaun Tabatt Show
Get swept away by God’s awesome story in this riveting graphic Bible. The Epic Bible tells the central story of the Bible, with dramatic, full-color art created by some of DC and Marvel’s best comic book artists. Whether you’re reading the Bible for the first time or looking for a fresh perspective, The Epic Bible’s cinematic storytelling will make God’s Word come alive. Find out more at KingstoneComics.com. The Shaun Tabatt Show is part of the Destiny Image Podcast Network.
Bonus Episode - Interview with Art Ayris of Kingstone Comics
The Junior Classics
Interview with Art Ayris, creator of the Kingstone Bible, the most complete graphic adaptation of the Bible ever done. Art talks about the seven year project, recruiting artists from Marvel and DC Comics, and much more...Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=8256128)
Art Ayris of Kingstone Comics joins me to talk about an exciting new release. They recently released The Epic Bible which is a 840 page comic book adaptation of the Bible. The work is done by artists who have worked for DC and Marvel comics in the past. In this interview he discusses what brought the Bible about, what the process was like creating it, and some feedback it has received. It is a good way to get children interested in scripture. Though based on the Protestant canon, Art is seeking Catholic contributions. Check out Kingstone comics website at www.kingston.com
Art Ayris of Kingstone Comics joins me to talk about an exciting new release. They recently released The Epic Bible which is a 840 page comic book adaptation of the Bible. The work is done by artists who have worked for DC and Marvel comics in the past. In this interview he discusses what brought the Bible about, what the process was like creating it, and some feedback it has received. It is a good way to get children interested in scripture. Though based on the Protestant canon, Art is seeking Catholic contributions. Check out Kingstone comics website at www.kingstone.co
Art Ayris | Kingstone Comics | @kingstonecomics @artayris @jasonbordeaux1 @trackstarz
Business With Bordeaux
On this episode of the Business with Bordeaux Podcast I have Art Ayris, the founder and CEO of Kingstone Comics. We discuss how he came to getting into the comic book business from conception to execution. The company is continuing to grow even today and will be expanding even further than what they already have.…
Art Ayris: Sharing the story of the Bible through comics
The Activate Podcast with Eric English
Art Ayris: Sharing the story of the Bible through comics Art Ayris is the CEO of Kingstone Comics and creator of Kingstone Bible, the most complete graphic adaptation of the Bible ever created. He and his team work with comic artists to produce comic books, graphic novels, books and animations about the Christian faith; and the Bible trilogy was nominated as a finalist in the Christian Book of the Year in 2017. Art created Kingstone Comics to solve a major problem he faced as a pastor, how could he motivate children to be interested in the story of Christianity? After seven years, he published the Kingstone Bible, the story of the Bible told through comics. He has continued to find ways to teach religious history in an interactive and interesting manner and to date, the Kingstone Bible has been translated into 27 languages. In this episode, Art and I talk about our faith and how we can continue to improve the way we tell our children the story of Christianity. Art explains what motivated him to become a pastor, how to follow your dreams by trusting in faith, and what to make of our failures. Connect with Art: Art’s Website Art on Facebook Art on LinkedIn Mentioned in this episode: Kingstone | The Comic Bible Kingstone Comics on Twitter Kingstone Comics on Facebook Quotes “Everybody needs to find their rhythm, mine happens to be ninety-miles an hour.” “When you are a leader you have to guard against distractions.” “When I’m feeling overwhelmed, I look to scripture.”
Welcome to The Shaun Tabatt Show! In this episode I speak with Art Ayris, CEO of Kingstone Comics about The Kingstone Bible, one of the largest graphic novels ever created. About The Kingstone Bible: The Kingstone Bible Trilogy is the most complete graphic adaptation of the Bible ever done. It covers all 66 books of the Bible, is over 2000 pages and is comprised of over 10,000 art panels. About Art Ayris: Art Ayris is the founder, creative director and CEO of Kingstone Comics, the world’s largest producer of Christian comics and graphic novels. Kingstone Comics is a division of Kingstone, a central-Florida based entertainment company producing inspirational, historical and adventure media including graphic novels, comics, films, animation, books and screen plays of biblical content, biographies, historical fiction, action-adventure and science fiction. After years of searching for engaging resources to connect youth and children to the Bible, Ayris founded Kingstone in 2005 with the vision to provide exciting and engaging comics, graphic novels, animation, films and cutting-edge entertainment to unite the Scriptures with the hearts of children, teens and adults. In addition to his work with Kingstone, Ayris also serves as the Executive Pastor of First Baptist Church in Leesburg, Florida, recognized worldwide for its innovative community outreach programs including residential drug rehabilitation centers, crisis pregnancy center, feeding center, family homeless shelter, occupational counseling and placement, health clinic and a foster care facility. Art and his wife, Kelly, live in central Florida, the headquarters for Kingstone. Connect with Art: Facebook Twitter (@ArtAyris) Connect with Kingstone Comics: Kingstone.co Facebook Twitter (@KingstoneComics) For additional show notes, visit ShaunTabatt.com/090.