Story of Salvation

The Story of Salvation consists of sketchnotes based on the book Patriarchs and Prophets by Ellen White. The Story of Salvation retells the story of the Bible from Creation to the death of David.
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Patriarchs and Prophets is the first of a five-book series which presents the story of salvation, beginning in Heaven before earth was created and ending with the triumph of God’s law of love over sin and death. 
The full series is: 
  • Patriarchs and Prophets
  • Prophets and Kings
  • Desire of Ages
  • Acts of the Apostles
  • Great Controversy 
The author of Patriarchs and Prophets, Ellen G. White, received numerous verified visions during her lifetime. Her writings remain relevant on spiritual, practical life, and health topics. 


Sketchnotes are a visual way to take notes when reading a book or listening to a presenter. 
Having successfully used sketchnotes to help me learn and remember content in other settings, I decided to read Patriarchs and Prophets while creating sketchnotes of each chapter. 
The result is this book. I previously shared a version of these sketchnotes on Instagram. My hope is that you will be inspired to read Patriarchs and Prophets (or another book by Ellen White), and that you will also give sketchnoting a try.

About the Author

Douglas G. Pratt is a life-long learner who resides with his wife and daughter near Chattanooga, Tennessee. Born to teachers (Mom-English, Dad-Computer Technology), Doug writes frequently about more effective ways to communicate and learn. He graduated from Southern Adventist University with a degree in behavioral science and from Middle Tennessee State University with a graduate degree in clinical psychology. Doug shares pictures and infographics on Instagram (@88keys2happiness) and contributes to, a blog with posts covering technology, communication, note taking and learning.

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