Tag Archives: Christmas

January 06

Eternity Swings on this Moment

Not many artists depict the Christmas story through the eyes of Joseph, but French Baroque painter, Philippe de Champaigne, does just that. Notice the carpentry tools under Joseph’s chair, where he has fallen into a deep sleep. As the story is told in Matthew, Joseph learns that Mary is pregnant and decides to divorce her […]

December 11

Sacred in the Midst of Secular

I just returned from New York City where I led a group of women doing mission work and sightseeing. It was an incredible trip with a lot of memories made and friendships formed. One of the highlights each year for me is the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall. The show doesn’t change much from […]