Sunday to Monday | The Big Picture

"Every artistic medium has its own unique merits. The medium of live painting seems to have the potential to engage the heart of the viewer in a way that words or music alone cannot. It's as though the audience sees the Word of God come to life before their eyes, and they experience His revelation in a fresh and profound way. My hope is to present the church with something that goes beyond sentimentality, and to help people become intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually engaged with God and His revealed Truth."            ~ Scott Freeman

On Sunday, artist Scott Freeman, presented his Big Picture Art Theatre in the auditorium at RCHS. Titled, A Brief History of the World, his presentation followed God's history of relationship with man, beginning with creation and the fall, and culminating with the bride of Jesus, the church. What a visual "treat" this was for all who watched and anticipated the amazing outcome. Special thanks to Cindy Baker from RCHS arts department, who was present to help with lighting, as well as our own Randy, Ed and Amy who added to the presentation with their awesome music and vocals.

Some questions to think about this week...

· What are the ways you experience God? Which one(s) moves you the most?

· Recall a time when a work of art revealed to you something about the nature of God.

· Read Psalm 19. Reflect on God as the artist of all creation.

· What artistic gifts has God given you? (Consider the variety of artistic gifts…not just those in museums, concert halls or the stage.)      How might you nurture this artist in you to connect anew with God?

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