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Missing the Bigger Picture

Here’s the good news, though: Going back, trying again, and making things right teaches us lessons we may not learn otherwise.

Inspiration and Imagination

God never erases us. He works through us by allowing us to share in His imagination. Your product will always carry your personality as well as God’s.

Gifted Artist Has Vision of Heaven as Nonbeliever

As her talents and skills have developed, Akiane Kramarik has tackled more intricate forms of art with acrylic and oil-based paints. Over the course of time, her work has evolved with her age, becoming more lifelike and graphic, especially as she uses real models for inspiration and guidance.

The Theories of Michelangelo

In his late works, Michelangelo puts aside all knowledge of the human body and his learning about art and goes back to creating his inner images in a naive and direct way, obeying only the dictates of his soul.

The Setting Aligns

The Bible portrays the End Times as a period of technological advancement, and the world described sounds eerily familiar. Whereas most of the Scriptures require a historical context for understanding, the Apocalyptic verse could be current news headlines. As the hour grows late, the setting aligns to our world.

She Didn’t Know She Was An Artist

It wasn’t until she was in her thirties that Margie Johnson even called herself a creative. “The Lord has given me a gift, so whatever I paint is from Him,” she explains. “He comes out in what I do.”

Michelangelo’s Spiritual Life

Michelangelo’s intense faith was the primary cause of the greatness of his work. His faith did more than affect the nature of his work—it affected his very thinking on the origin and function of art.

MercyMe, They Had Quite a Year

While MercyMe stands with 24 years in the Christian music industry, their 2018 prosperity indicates the band’s inveterate success.

Hope Exists Despite Unhopeful People

Life isn’t the easiest thing to navigate, and we’re all intermingled in a web of struggle, chaos, and confusion — that is until we look for the hope hiding just a little farther into the maze.