The Boundless Salvation quilt
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’ve known about prayer shawls for some time now, its a simple idea, knit a shawl while praying for a person, then give the shawl to the person and let the prayers and blessings you prayed into the shawl continue to bless. I heard that a local church held regular prayer shawl groups and IContinue reading “Rethinking The Prayer Shawl”
It’s hard to describe, but as I sit here in this lobby, with strangers I consider friends I’m realising this isn’t something that can be put into words.
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.
It contains almost 400 knitted characters, over 130 animals and numerous rocks, seashells, wine goblets, buildings, boats and scenery. Very few knitting groups could take on the challenge of knitting the bible with such flair and skill.
It was a friendly corps, one of those smaller, but growing places that I love.
A few other visitors arrived and I realised it was a special day, the enrolment of three new salvationists. A family, mum, dad and son.
I’ve finally finished the first kits for the quilt squares. The kits contain almost everything you need to make two squares for the first Quilt of Hope. Contents: Instructions Two x 6×6 inch cotton squares One smaller cotton square (for a heart) A piece of heat and bond Four metres of embroidery thread in 4Continue reading “Quilt Kits for sale”