Never Give Up

This painting titled “Never Give Up” only took a day or two to finish. This is an example of what I call my “emotional landscape art.” Its art I make just for fun, or to de-stress, or express feelings with no particular objective in mind. These “emotional landscape” art pieces are made intuitively and spontaneously.Continue reading “Never Give Up”

Psalms 102 Ministries: PTSD Diagnosis and Recovery from a Personal and Spiritual Perspective, Part 1

This is Part 1 of a 3 part series on PTSD. Part 3 will be on Sept 3, 2022. In this video I talk about the diagnostic features of PTSD according to the DSM 5. I also share my personal testimony of trauma and of recovering from PTSD to illustrate that no matter how severeContinue reading “Psalms 102 Ministries: PTSD Diagnosis and Recovery from a Personal and Spiritual Perspective, Part 1”

Psalms 102 Ministries Workshop. Spiritual Warfare with a New Heart: Addressing Battle Fatigue.

Door of Hope

There may be updates to this later as God speaks to me more about it. I’m kind of tempted to do more digital work. This is a mixed media collage. Digitally, I just did did auto color adjustment and enhanced the contrast. I added the “Juno” filter from Instagram. It might be fun to doContinue reading “Door of Hope”

Crossing the Jordan

I see us crossing from a place of hopelessness and despair to a place of promise; a place of answered prayers; a place of victory. We are crossing from a  barren, empty place of affliction and bondage to a place of freedom, bounty, and fruitfulness.  After I made this spontaneous art piece I noticed theContinue reading “Crossing the Jordan”

Divine Order

About the art: I made two new collages yesterday and the day before when I did collage with my art therapy groups (the first one is above and the second one is below further down in the reading.) I needed to show the patients how to put the collage pieces on and how they couldContinue reading “Divine Order”

If I were a landscape

If I were a landscape, there would be a lot to take in; it might seem to be confusing at first and even a bit bewildering. There would be odd juxtapositions in the landscape; things you wouldn’t expect to go together and even contradictions. There would be a complex cityscape intermingled with a vast expanseContinue reading “If I were a landscape”