This is a picture of our family Uday Balasundaram, Nadira, Aradhya and I together in heaven with God. We are having a party. 🙂 Aradhya drew this picture when she was 4. God does speak in dreams and visions. Take a few moments to enquire if God did speak to your child in dreams orContinue reading “God and us all together in Aradhya’s dream”
Here is Aradhya’s birthday picture of Jesus. She was 3 years old when she drew this picture. The tiny little head with 2 eyes and 2 legs is baby Jesus. You can also see Mary, Joseph and some shepherds.
At the age of 4 Nadira drew a series of pictures depicting the birth of Jesus. This was a Selah moment, an art response to the story of the Shepherds watching over the sheep when the birth of Jesus was announced to them. The yellow skies represents the glow from the presence of the angels.
If you have ever travelled by air. Before take-off you are reminded that in the event of an emergency primary caregivers are to secure their own oxygen masks before attempting to help their little ones. It works the same with discipleship. Discipleship is the result of your experience and relationship with God. So allow yourself theContinue reading “Faithing…starts with you!”
In the traditional Indian culture a mother to be is a center of attention 7 months into the pregnancy. The family gathers around the adorned pregnant lady with lots of laughter and blessings. The elder women are invited to take turns to place glass bangles on the hands and smear some sandal wood paste on herContinue reading “Faithing… starts invitro”
Sujatha Balasundaram : I grew up in India (lived in New Delhi for a couple of years and spent most of my life in Chennai). As a family my dads line of business took us overseas to Malaysia for 3 or so years. I state this because it did somewhat shape our family. I loved theContinue reading “About the artists”
(click on the picture to see it enlarged) A tree by the river flourishes. It bears good fruit. It basically stays in good shape getting its nourishment from the river waters and from the fertile soil along the river banks. In life, what does it mean to stay close to the river? What does itContinue reading “like a tree”