Thursday, March 25, 2010

You Capture: A Moment

Be sure to see the details on my giveaway for an 18x24 poster print at the bottom of this post!'s been a really long time since I've participated in the You Capture photo challenge hosted by Beth at I Should be Folding Laundry. I started thinking about this week's challenge, though, and immediately some photos I'd taken this week came to mind. (And I'm working backwards on this, since I found out the theme of "A Moment" just today...)

The first moment that came to mind was this one, taken as the kids and I left comfortably spaced out in our "new" minivan to run errands:

As I thought more about the theme of "A Moment," however, another moment came to mind. This moment happened on Tuesday, when my friend Kathy and I went to a web-based communications class in Duluth at the Georgia Baptist Missions and Ministry Center. First, there was the moment depicted on the ceiling of the Old Covenant Lobby as we first walked into the building...Creation.

(I wish now that I'd gotten more photos of that one.)

In the moment we approached the elevators to go to our floor, we spotted the ceiling of the New Covenant Room with a beautiful replica of the globe.

North America

South America




It only takes a moment to make a decision to accept Jesus' sacrifice for us...
If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness. 1 John 1:9

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him. John 3:16-17

Click here to read more about the mural artist, Frank Murphy. There is a video on Murphy's mural here as well.

Click here to enter my giveaway for an 18x24 poster print of one of your digital prints! This giveaway ends March 30th.


Kathleen said...

Wow! Love that globe!

Congrats on the new van. And, wow, did you capture a Moment in there! I haven't participated in You Capture in so long. I need to; I miss it!

Jen C. said...

Oh my, those paintings are quite captivating. The one that is on the ceiling of the lobby looks so surreal that it took me a moment to realize that it's a photo of a painting. Quite amazing!

By the way, I love the photo of your kids in the van. So typical of the younger ones being more excited about having a photo taken than the older kids :)

Unknown said...

What a brilliant post. I love this. I love Jesus! And I LOVE your new van!

PS I tell the boys all the time that they are beautiful : ) They think I am sick : )

Luigi | UPrinting said...

Aww...You have adorable kids, Amy. Your daughter really looks like you, it's so cool! :) Btw, congratulations on the new van. Seeing the smile on the kids faces reminds me of my childhood days with my siblings in our van. :) It's like we always want a road trip.

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