Follow your imagination as 29 scenes from the mysterious visions of John are illustrated and made memorable in this 5′ x 7′ painting. Available as full-size banner or 30″ x 42″ canvas print.
Explore the life of Abraham from Genesis 11-23 and gain a deep appreciation of the “roller-coaster” of experiences that made him a man who lived by faith. Available as 4′ x 5′ cloth banner or 24″ x 30″ canvas print.
Follow Jesus through the first half of Mark’s gospel as he teaches his disciples how to become fishers of men and women. Includes 43 scenes arranged geographically. Available full-size as a 5′ x 7′ high-quality fabric banner or a 30″ x 42″ canvas giclee print.
Trace Mark’s portrayal of the last week in Jesus’ earthly life as he enters Jerusalem, suffers on the cross, and is raised to glory. Includes 52 scenes arranged geographically. Available as a full-size 5′ x 7′ banner or a 30″ x 42″ canvas giclee print.
Explore the first twenty years of the early Christians through this “visual translation” of 85 scenes in the Book of Acts, laid out as a journey from Pentecost to Rome. Available as full-size 5′ x 7′ cloth banner or 30″ x 42″ canvas giclee print.
Zechariah’s fifth vision provides symbols that point not only to the rebuilding of the temple, but also to the coming Messiah who is the place where God dwells in human form. Available as 24″ x 48″ canvas giclee print.
Let these images help you examine each verse in this very first psalm and see what happens when you center your life on God’s Word. You’ll soon have the whole psalm memorized. Available as 24″ x 24″ canvas giclee print.
Viewing the arrangement of the constellations from a Christian perspective helps explain how “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.” Psalm 19:1
Road to Emmaus
Could the two people who met up with the resurrected Jesus on their way home to Emmaus have been husband and wife? See how He opens their eyes and their despair turns to joy.
Charcoal Fire 1
Part of a diptych, this painting of John 18 portrays the details of Peter’s 3-fold denial of Jesus in front of a charcoal fire, outside the house of the high priest.
Charcoal Fire 2
This companion painting of John 21 tells the second half of the story—how the resurrected Jesus restored Peter in front of a similar charcoal fire, using all his senses to touch his emotional core.
Before the Fall
Compare the two creation accounts in Genesis 1 and 2 and see how the second rendition telescopes into greater detail, concluding with the creation of a companion for the man.