Road Sign Gospel tells the story of Luke. We pick up right at the beginning of his Gospel with the reason he's writing – to make an account of all that happened for his dear friend.
The difference in this telling of the story is the use of common road signs. They guide us. The book takes the reader through the entire Gospel story, stopping a few times to check in with Dr. Luke, of course.
It is told in the present tense as if Luke were passing by and observing all the events that happen from Jesus' birth to his ascension.
The book is ready to be presented. In its current form it is a 7x7 book of about 60 pages, each page acting as a spread with both art and text.