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God saw everything that was made, and indeed, it was very good. -Genesis 1:31.
Dance along with the wind of God, be bathed in the primal waters, and look with awe and wonder on the myriad creatures God has made. Spend a day, a week, a month, or the whole year basking in the wonder of both fruit and flower, night and day, and everything thing that creeps upon the good earth.
You are part and parcel of the very good creation God has made. Join artist Kathrin Burleson and diverse voices from across The Episcopal Church in exploring the wonders of Creation and the beauty of the Creator. Featuring meditations by Minda Cox, Jason Leo, Mary W. Cox, Bishop Barry Beisner, and many others.
Number of Pages: 448
Vendor: Forward Movement
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
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Kathrin Burleson is an artist and writer living in Northern California. Her work explores the interconnectedness of all of creation. The recipient of numerous awards, Kathrin has exhibited her work in museums, galleries, and churches throughout the United States.
Kathrin is founding member of Saints Martha and Mary Episcopal Mission in Trinidad, California, and is an associate of the Community of the Transfiguration, a religious community for women in The Episcopal Church.
You can see more of Kathrins artwork and read more of her writing by visiting www.kathrinburleson.com. Her previous book with Forward Movement, The Souls Journey: An Artists Approach to the Stations of the Cross is available by visiting www.forwardmovement.org.