We've been asked so many questions about Kevin's flip chart that we decided to create a resource – even though you may be surprised by the answer! The truth is we rely on volunteers to help us create the flip chart Kevin uses today. (Picture below.) First, a volunteer built an easel (a modified version of an existing one no longer sold) and painted it black. Then, another volunteer takes standard flip charts (the largest ones), disassembles them, and turns them sideways to put them onto the easel. There is no adhesive strip on the back so the pages are carefully clipped across the top. (You'll notice Kevin very rarely goes to a second sheet during a teaching. However, one time the illustration included a wider timeline so we had to get a second one built to put two of these easels together.)
Sorry we don't have a simple answer for you, but the lesson is to get creative and tap into your church's greatest resource – your people!
Flip Chart Photo
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