Find out more about each person I have drawn and why I chose to draw them!
Do Something Brave
Desmond Doss "The Preacher"
Many people may not be aware that it was during Harry S. Truman's presidency that Israel became a Jewish State. On May 14, 1948, in Tel Aviv, Jewish Agency Chairman David Ben-Gurion proclaims the State of Israel, establishing the first Jewish state in 2,000 years. ... At midnight, the State of Israel officially came into being upon termination of the British mandate in Palestine. … Continue reading Israel’s Independence
The Value of Human Closeness
Can we measure the value of human touch and physical closeness? "Sisters" Kim Blenkhorn Presently, with Covid-19 invading the peoples of the world social distancing has not only become the new normal, it is being enforced with the threat of fines. Only in private home behind closed doors are we permitted to show affection to … Continue reading The Value of Human Closeness
Face to Face
There's a story in the bible about Jacob wrestling with God. Jacob was fleeing his father n law's deception and preparing to meet his brother, Esau, whose murderous vengence he fled as well. Jacob was alone and he was afraid. Esau was approaching with 400 men of war. It got darck and silent. In the darkness, … Continue reading Face to Face
Pray for our nations leaders!
One thing I’m reminded of these days is that I’m not responsible for outcomes. I will be accountable to God for what I did with his instructions. Regardless of the outcome I may or may not want. God is watching over his word to perform it and God is responsible for the outcome. I know … Continue reading Pray for our nations leaders!
Anna Mary Robertson Moses. Maybe your not familiar with this dear old woman. She lived her life between New York and Virginia, as a hired girl and then a wife and mother. She raised five children. She worked on her farm with her husband until he died. What is amazing about this woman is that … Continue reading Grandma Moses
R.I.P Senior Year
Seniors ought to be launching into the last leg of high school with joy and a carefree skip in their step, taunting underclassmen and boasting college choices, but instead they are isolated from each other, walking the slow march to the graveyard of grade school to dump notebooks and maybe even graduation. they may be … Continue reading R.I.P Senior Year
Its OK to be Different
Its OK to be different, and in fact it's necessary. Albert Einstein was smart but it was his different-ness that catches my attention. His intelligence isn't what impresses me, but his quirkiness totally does, His unusual and uncommon ways of being and doing that gave him an advantage, His ability to hyper focus on things … Continue reading Its OK to be Different