This is an entry from my journal. It’s unedited, as a way for me to wrestle with my own pain through a written form of prayer. I decided to share this wrestling as a “Christmas post” because we normally think…
(If you're new, I had created a set of graphics for my church and thought I'd reuse them here. You can see Week 1, 2, and 3 here.) Last one in this series! Christmas is one of my favorite times…
(Sorry this post is a day late!)
As I mentioned last week, my church is going through the hymn Go Tell it On the Mountain. I wanted to share the digital art I created for the series and a short reflection:
Yesterday, I watched two of my siblings perform in their high school Christmas program. It wasn’t your traditional Mary-shepherds-creepy wise men performance. Using a mixed media of video, dance, and music, they told the story of a WWI Christmas. Exactly 100 years ago–1914.
Have a Merry Christmas filled with laughing family and cinnamon and pine smells and (hopefully) fluffy white snow!
I did a series of Advent artwork using the hymn “As with Gladness, Men of Old” for my church this year. My hope is that, while looking at the photo, you might enter a moment of peace among the busyness of the holidays.
Here is the rest of the first stanza: