Little did I know that by age 60, my eyes would have been opened to a world of new ideas, new theologies, different types of faith, and a new love for art and poetry.
The Biggest Family in the World
author: Paul H. Boge; illustrator: Faye Hall
Beautifully illustrated with original paintings by local artist and North Kildonan MB Church member Faye Hall, this children’s book tells the story of Kenyan Charles Mulli.
Persecution. Not a popular word; however, it’s a reality in countries like Iraq and Sudan. Raised up in the Mennonite Brethren church tradition, artist Faye Hall knows the denomination is no stranger to persecution.
What is Gospel? We asked readers to send us their best visual interpretation of “gospel.” Here are the three honourable mentions. —Eds “Legacy” The god of this age has blinded…
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Creativity begets creativity 2: poems by Malcom Guite
Mozart at Greenbelt, 27.08.01 for Niki and Sarah We lie upon the grass on God’s good earth and listen to the Requiem’s intense, long, love-laden keening, calling forth echoes of…
Faye Hall used her art to “pay it forward.” She describes the chain reaction creative collaboration she contributed to when she painted a picture based on a photograph of a poet whose sonnets inspired her boss to use them as lyrics on his CD project.