Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Here is artwork by the acclaimed artist Brendan, as he interprets Isaiah's passage, "the people walking in darkness have seen a great light." The kids in our church spent four Friday afternoons in December meditating on verses related to Advent and waiting.

The photo function of my blog has been broken. My apologies for long streams of writing without visuals, and yippee that it works today.


Sheryl said...

Your son has an amazing gift and understanding. I wouldn't think that was made by someone so young.

Anonymous said...

Denise, I think some people seeing Brendan's wonderful art response to the prophecy may be interested in learning more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Would it be too forward of me to post the web links for CGS National and the Center for Children and Theology?

Kate (fellow catechist)

Denise said...

Hi Kate, fellow Catechist! I'd be delighted for you to list links-- I'm not always so good at the linky-thingy.

You need to link with me. Where's my coffee? Hope you are well.

Anonymous said...

Denise: About the coffee--see my email!:^)

For those seeing Brendan's art and wanting to know more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (a Montessori-based approach to spiritual formation for children and adults), go here:

or here: