Previous Articles: Art, Verse, and Reviews
• A Spiritual Vision Welded: sculptress shares her faith and work, by Marianne Kantert, Germany
• Nature Painted With Grace: landscapes of Lebanon by David Kurani, Beirut, Lebanon
• Road to Emmaus: painting with the eyes of faith, by John Dunne, Dublin, Ireland 
• Painting With Eyes of Faith: an artist envisions biblical salvation, by Gerard Kavanagh, Dublin
• The Ten Plagues: an artist’s portrayal of redemption, by Yvette Rock, Detroit, USA
• New Vision - Fresh Hope: a photo journey through Poland by Wojtek Solecki, Bielsko-Biala
• Glacier, Sea, and Mountain: Alaska series art work by Jamie Treadwell, London, UK
• The Exodus Trilogy: a theophany of God's saving presence, prints by Jeanne Kun, Ann Arbor
• One Day Clearly: an art student shares his faith and work, by John Robinson, Belfast
• The Art of Seeing: enhancing spiritual vision – enriching your Christian faith, by Jeanne Kun
• Painting with Light: an artist photographer captures the beauty of creation, by Don Schwager
• By His Stripes We Are Healed; artwork and reflections on Christ's victory, by Jamie Treadwell
• Expressing Eternal Truth in Welded Form, by Marianne Kantert, Olching, Germany 
• Faith, Vision, and Art: paintings and watercolors by Jamie Treadwell, London, UK 
• The Road: Seekers or carriers of the flame? a book review by Jon Wilson
• A Grace-less Community: a book review of Too Late the Pharlarope, by Jon Wilson
• Awakened to Eternity: a spiritual journey of poems for Passiontide and Easter, by Jeanne Kun
• A Spiritual Journey of Poems for Lent: by Jeanne Kun, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA 
• Stephen (A Garland), a poem by Ana Teresa Carranza, by London, UK
• Trees by the Stream: poems by Ana Teresa Carranza, London, United Kingdom
• Grass, a poem based on Isaiah 40, by Daniel Propson, Detroit, Michigan, USA 
• Anna's Heir: a poem of longing for the Lord's Return, by Jeanne Kun
• Eternity's Bright Vision: poem and reflection on Jesus' transgifuration, by Jeanne Kun
• Zacchaeus' Tall Tale: a poem by Jeanne Kun, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
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