Word on the Street
There are many artists who do not see the importance of their role in helping people and in bringing hope and healing to really hard situations. Most of the time we do not get to see or hear the stories of the effect of our art. Occasionally, God does give us glimpses, and we are thankful for those moments. …
March 13, 2021
After a tsunami strikes the city of Kamaishi, Japan, a church finds their beloved piano upside down and covered in a big pile of mud and debris. Rather than throw it out, they decide to spend the enormous amounts of time and money necessary to fix it.
October 9-11, 2020
Stories of art in mission in Japan and around the world.
Heavy creaking in the ceiling above my head jolted my sleep-numbed mind into consciousness. My eyes flew open.
What is that noise? Where am I?
“Everybody out! This is a big one!” someone behind me yelled. That was all it took …
Roger W. Lowther’s first published book now available on Amazon in the US and Japan! See www.thebrokenleaf.com for details.
St. Francis is famous for his great love for animals—Western art is full of images of him preaching to the birds—but did you know that he also created the first live nativity with real animals and people? In 1223 AD after returning from a trip to the Holy Land, he appealed to the senses of […]
July 20-23, 2020
Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, TX