We have a few places in our home that have become galleries. The one that gets rearranged most often stands in CENTER the of the home, a focal point from the side door ~ something visible to all who enter.
The photo above shows a display from the day I wrote about my grandmother's apron. That day, the exhibition included artwork by two of our granddaughters, a copy of a print I ended up using to decorate our office, some homey magnets, and a dry-erase board that we used to keep track of the food items we needed to buy. The central photo is from a calendar, preserved and enjoyed for 13 years under a cheap, Plexiglas cover.
"Scripture Memorization for the Rest of Us: The Jesus Project...the Soul Sustaining Words of Jesus. From the Gospel of John... rendered artistically, to make us see BEAUTIFUL in the Words of God.."
Next to the memorization art on the fridge, is a reminder to pray for Beauty, my little friend across the ocean.
I found Beauty through the ministry Compassion International. Beauty wants to be a nurse one day.
"Compassion International exists as a Christian child advocacy ministry that releases children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty and enables them to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults."If you've ever considered sharing a small portion of your wealth with a child in poverty, then please take this opportunity to click on the link to Compassion, and select a dear little soul to bless.
Here is a link to the free printables: A Holy Experience