Hope says our lives have a purpose. Hope says we are not alone. Hope says that even though we are each broken in some way, together we are made more beautiful; together we walk toward wholeness; together around Jesus, we shine bright.
Everyone who attended the Gathering on Mental Health and the Church this year was invited to participate in this community art piece. They were invited to: take a triangle, place it on the window, and step around and interact in the light.
Colossians tells us that “all the broken and dislocated pieces of the universe—people and things, animals and atoms—get properly fixed and fit together in vibrant harmonies” all because of the hope we find in Christ (1:19-20 MSG).
The Window of Hope is about us, as broken people, becoming more beautiful as we come together around Jesus and the light shines through. We see our lives have purpose. We see that we are not alone. We see that there is hope.
Concept by Steven Homestead
To be a community that disciples, equips, and sends-out artists that better understand their calling, influence, and impact. This transformational creative community makes the Bride of Christ more beautiful and gives the world a better understanding and view of God.