Preaching With Art (paintings, not the guy)

Art . . .

As many of you already know, I’ve really gotten into the whole painting thing. Well, watercolor, not oil paint or anything.

And since I’ve taken up the hobby of watercolor painting, I’ve learned a few lessons that can be applied to the Christian walk. Is it any shock, then, that I preached a sermon on the subject?

But now that I look back, it wasn’t just art that I preached about, the preaching and the video presentation used to share the message were also forms of art. Each one a gift or ability that improves the more you do it, especially with instruction.

The Finished Product

So, below is the video. It is an artistic presentation of art and the art of preaching within the context of a pandemic. If the video won’t play, try going to Bethlehem’s Facebook page @Bethlehembaptistwarthen.

BTW, the singers were thrilled to be able to get together after being away from church so long. And, if you live in our area, we sure could use some more musicians and singers. Just let me know ๐Ÿ™‚

And for those of you who can’t seem to watch the Facebook version, here it is uploaded to YouTube.

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10 responses to “Preaching With Art (paintings, not the guy)

  1. I was all ready to step back into church until I read about that little IFB that took all the precautions and still ended up becoming a hot spot.

  2. It tells me that the video isn’t available… ๐Ÿ˜ฆ But I think it’s great that you did a sermon using art as a metaphor! ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. I couldn’t see the video either. We still haven’t been able to go to church here in the UK.

  4. Lovely post by the way!๐Ÿ˜€

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