Relax and Unwind While Being Inspired and Amazed by Grace! We were all born to create, and it's hard to imagine childhood without paper and crayons. But that drive to add your own touch of beauty to the world doesn't need to stop now that you're grown. Images of Grace is a beautiful and playful masterpiece, blending hand-drawn, intricate illustrations with the rich words of Scripture. Each page is a source of inspiration, a gentle tonic for the busyness and complexity of our hectic lives. Incorporated into each design is a delicate hand-lettered Bible verse that focuses on God's grace, giving you the opportunity to meditate on his love and care for you as you color. Let this book inspire you creatively while it reconnects you with the God who created you and knows your every need. Grab your colored pencils, crayons, or markers and set yourself free to create. And when you're done, inspire others by giving away your art or posting it to social media. But most important: relax, have fun, and remember God loves you more than you can even imagine.
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In this meditative and touching collection of stories and reflections, a physician who works with children who have serious illnesses tells of her return to faith by watching her young patients as they faced death. Contains Dr. Komp's three popular books, A Window to Heaven, A Child Shall Lead Them, and Hope Springs from Mended Places.
How can faith speak directly to people's real lives? How can conversation around Scripture make "all the difference" in the arenas of one's daily world? People who have heard the Bible many times--or for the first time--want to know in the terms and images of their life situation. "When my world seems to be shaking all around me, why doesn't it help to hear 'You are forgiven'?" And further, "What can I say to someone who feels totally alienated from God?" Seventy Images of Grace in the Epistles will help people make connections and empower them for their ministries in daily life. The book presents an interplay of stories of people's actual lives and Epistle images of grace. Readers will begin to recognize the depth of the human predicament and the power of the gospel, thereby becoming equipped for Christian discipleship and vocation, not from duty or guilt, but from freedom. "Guides for Engagement" will help readers turn the book into a learning event.
An illustrated celebration of Grace Kelly, one of Hollywoods brightest stars, is already long overdue. Following on from the popular full-sized edition, this must-have gift-sized version was published to coincide with the 25th anniversary of Grace Kelly's death and is now reissued to coincide with the release of the film Grace of Monaco, starring Nicole Kidman. A fascinating look at one of the world's most enduring and glamorous icons, the book includes a detailed biography and over 160 pictures and contact sheets, many of which are reproduced for the first time. Hand-written documents and famous quotes on and from Grace Kelly complement impressive iconographic research (family pictures, national archives, private collections, press agencies, newspapers). Also included are images and contact sheets from prestigious photographers, all of which give us a highly individual portrait of a cinematic legend.
The pages of Transfer of Grace carry some of the most mysterious, meditative, lyrical images ever created of the South Carolina Lowcountry.Photographer Gary Geboy has a gift for capturing the spirit of a place, those images that might easily pass us by. To look at his black and white photographs is to glimpse the fleeting presence of places that are passing out of currency some through neglect, some through development.Geboy has an eye for the overlooked dimensions of this rare and beautiful place a weathered sign pointing to a praise house, a path worn by hundreds of years of foot-born traffic, the massive branch of a live oak, a broken front porch, a dock in the reeds.Geboys images give one pause to linger, as do the words of author Teresa Bruce, whose writing voice is as captivating as Geboys images.The rare partnership between Geboy and Bruce is an homage to the hidden aspects of this mysterious Lowcountry world, a melding that allows for its own transfer of grace.Author Pat Conroy describes the bookas one of the most beautiful meditations on the South Carolina Lowcountry that has ever come his way. It feels delicate and sacramental in nature a love poem to the salt marshes, bays and rivers that define this extraordinary place. The photographs are priceless and the prose is surpassingly fine. If photographs could breathe, the images in Transfer of Grace capture the moment between the inhalation and the exhalation. They will take your breath away.
For decades, Grace Coddington’s personal touch has steered wildly imaginative fashion spreads in Vogue magazine. Then came The September Issue, the behind-the-scenes documentary that turned the spotlight on a woman with a no-nonsense attitude and an unerring visual instinct. Overnight, the flame-haired Grace became a heroine for fashion insiders and the general public alike. Witty and forthright, and illustrated throughout with vintage photographs and exclusive line-drawings, Grace: A Memoir shares the excitement and vision that go into producing so many unforgettable fashion images. Here are the designers, models, photographers, hairstylists, make-up artists and celebrities with whom Grace has created her ‘stories in pictures’ – whether it be Jerry Hall conquering the USSR or Tom Ford falling down a rabbit hole in Annie Leibovitz’s version of Alice in Wonderland. Grace’s own life has been as dreamlike as one of her madcap fashion spreads. Brought up in windswept wartime Anglesey, she arrived in London, aged eighteen, and quickly became a face of the Sixties. The muse behind Vidal Sassoon’s Five Point Cut, she posed for Bailey, Donovan, Duffy and Norman Parkinson in Swinging London and jumped into a pool in Saint-Tropez for Helmut Newton. Surviving a serious car-crash, she later became a fashion editor at British Vogue and during the Seventies and the Eighties started to create the fantasy travelogues that would become her trademark. Friendships bloomed – with Bruce Weber and Calvin Klein, whose offer of a job took Grace to New York. While two early marriages to restaurateur Michael Chow and photographer Willie Christie were brief, her romance with the hairstylist Didier Malige has endured. And her professional partnership with Anna Wintour – with whom she has collaborated for over twenty years – continues to have an astonishing influence on modern style.
- Author : Douglas Radcliff-Umstead
- Publisher : [Pittsburgh] : Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Institute for the Human Sciences
- Release Date : 1975
- Genre : Literature, Medieval
- Pages : 159
- ISBN : UVA:X000007204
How can faith speak directly to people's real lives? How can conversation around Scripture make ""all the difference"" in the arenas of one's daily world? People who have heard the Bible many times--or for the first time--want to know in the terms and images of their life situation. ""When my world seems to be shaking all around me, why doesn't it help to hear 'You are forgiven'?"" And further, ""What can I say to someone who feels totally alienated from God?"" Seventy Images of Grace in the Epistles will help people make connections and empower them for their ministries in daily life. The book presents an interplay of stories of people's actual lives and Epistle images of grace. Readers will begin to recognize the depth of the human predicament and the power of the gospel, thereby becoming equipped for Christian discipleship and vocation, not from duty or guilt, but from freedom. ""Guides for Engagement"" will help readers turn the book into a learning event. ""Grace abounds--often in surprising places, at surprising times, in surprisingly unexpected ways! That is the prevailing message of this new work by Norma Everist. Exploring encounters of grace across the range of contemporary human experience and through the lens of a rigorous engagement with accounts and descriptions of grace in the biblical record, Everist provocatively affirms the abundance of grace available to those open to its abiding presence and its persisting power."" --Charles R. Foster, Professor of Religion and Education emeritus, Candler School of Theology, Emory University ""Norma Cook Everist has created an engaging, inspiring, and above all a most usable book here. Though Paul writes repeatedly of 'God's abundant grace, ' this book has helped me realize how abundant it is, and most effectively in the predicaments of life. Its engaging stories are all about 'us' and how, bidden or unbidden, God's grace is ever at work in our daily lives. This makes it an invaluable resource in the educational
This book argues that ubiquitous media and user-created content establish a new perception of the world that can be called ‘particulate vision’, involving a different relation to reality that better represents the atomization of contemporary experience especially apparent in social media. Drawing on extensive original research including detailed ethnographic investigation of camera phone practices in Hong Kong, as well as visual analysis identifying the patterns, regularities and genres of such work, it shows how new distributed forms of creativity and subjectivity now work to shift our perceptions of the everyday. The book analyses the specific features of these new developments – the components of what can be called a ‘general aesthesia’ – and it focuses on the originality and innovation of amateur practices, developing a model for making sense of the huge proliferation of images in contemporary culture, discovering rhythms and tempo in this work and showing why it matters.
FUNCITIONAL IMAGES OF THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATOR is one of those rare and precious books which helps religious educators explore and clarify their own special identity as religious educators. This special identity is revealed in ten basic functional roles which are central to religious education enactment. The author shows that while religious educators perform most and possibly all these ten basic functional roles, nonetheless one predominates. This dominant role, plus the way the religious educator harmoniously integrates the other roles into the dominant one, is the key to each religious educator's own special identity.
Briefly traces the life and career of the Southern writer, describes the influence of religion on her work, and discusses her novels and major short stories
In "Images of Mothers in Literature for Young Adults," the characteristics of mothers in contemporary society are examined. Their sociological roles as wage earners, family members, and women in general are also described. The portrayal of mothers in books for young people is analyzed and a comparison between real-life and fictional mothers is made. The significance of the similarities and differences between the two is discussed with respect to young adult experiences and development. The study concludes by taking a look at how the young adult readers' perceptions can relate to discussions both at home and at school.
Reproductions of and commentary on a major collection of art on the parable of the Prodigal Son.