October 2012


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When I started this painting, I believed that Gethsemane was about the suffering of Christ. About the agony so intense that He trembled because of pain and bled from every pore. By the time I finished, I saw that the miracle of Gethsemane went beyond the suffering. The miracle was the love that brought Him […]

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Although it was more than thirty years ago, I can still remember vividly how I felt when I found out we were having a little boy. Everything seemed uncertain and I was more than a little afraid. Although I had my family and friends around me, I felt a strange loneliness I had never felt […]

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Lord, I Believe

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“Lord, I Believe” This painting has special meaning to me. My son was diagnosed with diabetes when he was seven years old. I have watched the disease ravage his body always knowing in the back of my mind that one day it would overtake him, I just didn’t know it would be so soon. When […]

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I remember the first time I was left alone with my newborn son. The overwhelming feeling of love accompanied by the fear of caring for this little soul. As I grow older I see that there is a natural reversal of roles and the child becomes the caregiver for the parent. I think this reversal […]

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She Shall Bring Forth A Son

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I could probably paint a hundred paintings of Mary and her baby. The relationship of a mother and a child is not easily explained in hundreds of words, but it comes immediately to our understanding with a picture. This experience is universal and one of the greatest gifts God has given. How great is God’s […]

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The Road To Emmaus

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What we think of as patience may actually be perspective. The ability to see things as they really are gives us the courage to wait upon the Lord even when life takes unexpected turns. The story of the road to Emmaus illustrates this principle beautifully. Three days after the Savior´s death, two of His disciples […]

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Best of luck to all of you!  The Contest ends on the 15th of October. 

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No Man Knoweth The Hour

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We live in a world of rapid advancement that leaves in its wake moral confusion and uncertainty. When I look at the challenges of raising children today I cannot help but wonder, “When will He come?” The Savior’s disciples asked Him this very question as He sat on the Mount of Olives days before His […]

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