A Glorious Evening

In the midst of the hustle and bustle, I stopped a few times to take it all in:

parents enjoying their child’s artwork, students playing beautiful music on the keyboard, adults and kids chatting, laughing,

tasting delectable cupcakes and other treats, 5th grade students serving punch, all in all a beautiful evening.

It’s times like this, that one realizes the power of art to bring beauty and respite for our souls,

to “draw” people together, to revive, inspire, and bring joy.

This was certainly the case last Tuesday evening, April 27th, when Redeemer School had its first ever spring art show, called Art4Him, for the entire student body, Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Everything was wonderful, and I mean EVERYTHING, from the student program prior to the show, to the art these students have created throughout the year, to the sumptious treats at the reception, to the music our students provided, to the wonderful attendance by parents, students and faculty.

The thought crossed my mind…this is glory…we’re all partakers of it, and contributers to it.

I was thankful to be the art teacher at this school, and thankful to have played a small part in such a glorious evening.

**The above photos are used by permission of Redeemer School.  I had so many other wonderful photos of the students and their families…but did not want to impose on anyone’s privacy, so I chose these carefully.  You can still get a feel for the evening, I think.

0 thoughts on “A Glorious Evening

  1. Susan walker says:

    this looks so nice here and what fun everyone seemed to have, first making the art and then enjoying the art! Thanks for sharing.

  2. janice says:

    thanks for taking time to preserve this day in your blog. It was a great testament to the glory of God in the minds and hearts of little children. Would you mind if I forward the link to Redeemer teachers? or have you done that already?

  3. Lynne says:

    Thank you for sharing these photographs of an awesome evening. It was a memorable time for our family.
    The time of fellowship, along with the art by our children and the fabulous food, was wonderful.

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