Archive for July, 2011

Prophetic art get-together and Bethel Women’s Conference

God is stirring a new thing—a prophetic art get-together at the cabin and stream in the Bethel Women’s Conference, “What if…”.

Dates: August 17-20, Wednesday evening-Saturday morning
Cost: $125 – This covers meals, the streaming of the Bethel conference, and art supplies. And, of course, the cabin.

We will create art during worship at each of the sessions. And then listen to Beni and Sheri Silk speak. Be prepared for the time shift – we will be up late at night, but you can sleep in mornings. See Bethel website, ibethel.org for more info on the conference.

Acrylic paints, colored pencils, pastels, and possibly some collage materials will be provided. You may choose to do another art form, but you will need to bring your own materials for it. We will spend time chatting about process, design and the finished products.

Come expecting to hear God, create with God, and talk about God.

All meals and snacks will be healthy. You must bring your own unhealthy stuff if you want it. No eating in bed.

Openings are limited to three.

Contact me at 952.891.4490 or skemnitz@designsbysbk.com by Saturday, August 13, if you’re interested.

Here we go!

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His eyes.

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“I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, except through Me” (John 14:6). “If you know Me, you know the Father.”  Our task is simple, yet will take eternity. Know Jesus.

Look at Jesus. Really look at Jesus. Close your eyes and look into His eyes. What color today? The color of humility? The color of royalty? Do they reveal the depth of the sea, the heights of the heavens, the sunrise to the east or the sunset to the west? The color of light or the color of life? What about the color of purity or the color of righteousness? What color is abiding? Who is He to you today? What is the color of love?

Look through the color in His eyes, look deeper. There’s the Father. With a huge smile on His face. There’s the Father who says, “But let all who take refuge in you rejoice” (Psalm 5). “Let not your heart be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me” (John 14:1). “My peace I give to you” (John 14:27).

Our task is simple, yet will take eternity. Know Jesus. Know Poppa.

Would that we would know the height, the depth, the width, the length of His love. Be still…

All we need is Love, yet how deep will we go?

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Only believe.