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 learned some time ago there’s a difference between crafts for fun and crafts for work.
This week I took the Bristol quilt to the Joanna house, home of our first quilt of hope, where it has pride of place in their quiet room.
A few little things have happened recently that have brought back an old gripe of mine. That old feeling that as a Christian artist, one of the hardest hurdles is finding a sense of belonging in the church.
As much as we do in these difficult times, How much more, shall God?
I figured, since most of us are spending hours, days and weeks (maybe even months) stuck at home you might be asking yourself what you can do to pass the time.
Our latest quilt has been finished and almost ready to go to it’s home.
This quilt has been made for The Salvation Army’s Human Trafficking unit, which works with various agencies to rescue and support people caught in trafficking and slavery in the UK.
Exploring more on the idea of my last post about using the image of the goddess in my Christian worship I took some of the ideas of who I am in Christ and created a couple of beaded brooches.
Can you use a drawing of a female figure in Christian faith?