Whether the story is about miracles, or giving what little you have or that we can feed the world if we all share, it’s a story worth telling.
Having little ones in my life has made me question how we can tell the Bible stories better.
I’ve an idea I’ve been thinking about and playing with for some time, which I think can become something useful.
My biggest problem though is how to explain what’s in my mind… but here goes.
What I always thought was a journey between mum and me has all along included a third person, who is constant, who is on our side and who has a plan for us that far outweighs any idea or dream we could make up for ourselves.
As much as we do in these difficult times, How much more, shall God?
Turning sketches into flags
After the band have played the last note, the choir have sat down, the sermon done, the Amen said… the prayer shawl continues on and travels with the person in need.
I am barred from taking an active part in my church not because I won’t wear a uniform, but because I can’t afford to. I am banned from being a useful member of my church because I am poor.
These are the miracles that bring a man back on his feet, the opportunities that can only be seen by visionaries.
What if I read a portion of the Bible, then sat down and created something. Could God use my art and whole being to create something that otherwise would not have been created?