Hope in the Ruins
A photographic journey through Rwanda featuring the images of Lee Cantelon.
contemporary artists imagine Christ...
Search for Light Among the Shadows Painter David Goatley's personal voyage towards understanding
the meaning of the "Christ story" and the great commission.
is a science. Worship is art. Perhaps the real art is discovering
the truth that animates them both."
An insider view of the National Library of the Netherlands
which contains one of the world's finest collections of medieval
and later manuscripts, including many fine examples of early
publishings of the Gospels, and related Christian texts, such
as the Biblia Pauperum, or Bible of the Poor.
Rembrandt Paints Christ
The Gospel story told by the brush and pen of one of the world's
Without the use of symbol and analogy, it would be difficult
to interpret our quest and understanding of God. Throughout
history we have used such tools to more clearly see God,
or to understand the progress of our spiritual journey. While
the quest for God is one that takes place within the
confines of the heart, still we depend on, or have been given,
profound imagery to mark or amplify the stages of our pilgrimage...features
early Christian iconography, as well as classic works by William
Holman Hunt, Peter Bruegel, Georges De La Tour, and many more...
is a Calling
During the 1950's, Sister Morgan believed that God called on
her to paint. She was in her mid-50's, a street preacher in
New Orleans, "the headquarters of sin," as she called
it. With no art training and illustrated Bibles for guides,
she put pencils, pens, crayons and paints to paper, canvas,
cardboard and almost anything else at hand: Styrofoam food trays,
toilet paper rolls, doors, window and lamp shades, scrap wood
and detergent boxes...