I didn’t sense God’s leading me to go out and paint en plein air today; it was more a personal desire to paint a scene I had intended to paint on two other occasions but never started. The site was … Read More
I took center stage and pitched my easel on the corner of Hollywood Blvd. and Western Ave. to seek the lost and paint en plein air. The place I painted from was the Red Line tram stop. Most people seemed … Read More
I had other onlookers, but the ones for whom God had sent me to on that busy street were Art and Adam. Art was small wiry young man with a tough street-wise demeanor. Adam was a brown-skin young man with muscles bulging out of his sleeveless tee-shirt.
I skipped the small talk and, using the ‘Talent Search’ tract as a launching pad’, began talking to them about Jesus. Art was convinced that the two of them were lost and hopeless causes. Adam, though not as fatalistic about their plight, but could not see how he could possibly live a Godly life in such a wicked world.
I pitched my easel in Channel Islands this past weekend. It was not the group of 8 islands located off the coast of California, but the mainland harbor where I painted en plein air. Yachts and other sailing vessels lined … Read More
This past Saturday (7-28-12), I teamed up with Evangelist Biggs and the outreach team of West Angeles Church of God in Christ to seek the lost on Crenshaw Blvd. in Los Angeles. Going out with my easel to present the … Read More