This is a collaborative Artwork. Designed and written by one and completed by four artists.
The Japanese have a tradition of choosing a ‘kanji’ (Japanese character) at the end of the year. This kanji is chosen to define or represent the year. During our time together we will reflect over 2020 and define it with lines and patterns. Meditative Art – Dec 29th 2020 22:30 IST (12pm EST) – 24:00Continue reading “Year-end Meditative Art”
Visio Divina is an ancient form of contemplative prayer. Visio Divina uses an art form like a painting, a sculpture or a drawing to engage our visual senses as we enter and linger in God’s presence. The basic steps in practicing this form of prayer and meditation are as follows: Close your eyes and pray.Continue reading “Visio Divina”
This year Selah Art would like to share with you Advent Devotionals on the Names of God along with collaborative art created by 4 artists who have attended one or more of the Selah Art Webinars. This project was so much fun to do together with these ladies – each of us designed one visualContinue reading “Advent Art Devotional contributors”
Many of my friends in the western hemisphere are celebrating Thanksgiving. This year is unlike any other, we are probably keeping it small, or just staying out. It’s a great time for reflection, for some quiet space with the Almighty. We have been through a lot as individuals, families, communities, nations, and on a globalContinue reading “Thanksgiving 2020”
May the God of grace and mercy grant you His peace that passes all understanding.
Hello everyone! 2020 has been a challenging year for us at a global level. Our circumstances may have forced changes on us that have left us a little shaken – perhaps the loss of a job, the loss of a loved one, sickness, loneliness, depression, anxiety, or the likes. Sometimes disruption can take our gazeContinue reading “Advent Art Devotional”
Empathy is being aware of another person’s feelings.
Last sunday (May 31st 2020) we remembered the Pentecost. Pentecost itself is a harvest festival that the Israelites celebrated. Shavout or Feast of Weeks is a joyous time of giving thanks. It is a pilgrimage feast so Jewish males from all over Israel got together in Jerusalem to celebrate. Just before Jesus ascends into theContinue reading “The Breath of God”
The past few months have exposed many inhumane incidents. Racism, Caste-ism , Classism, Sexism and so much more. All of these calls to mind the responsibility of life. Micah 6:8 – No, O people, the Lord has told you what is good, and this is what he requires of you: to do what is right,Continue reading “Listen- Do- Love- Walk”