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There's a song by Steven Curtis Chapman called "Fingerprints of God" on his "Speechless" CD. That song always reminds me how wonderfully blessed we are to be handcrafted by God. If you are not familiar with the song you can check it out here. Go to his "Speechless" CD, scroll to the "Fingerprints of God" song and give it a play or checkout the lyrics. Anyways... for a logo how 'bout a heart with a thumb print layered on it?
Just something quick:
Azalea Baptist Church
It must be summer. Home made ice cream was what came to my mind first.
Potter's hand (a handful of examples are in the MXC) and the Wemmicks in Max Lucado's You Are Special also come to mind.
Milton SDB Church
"...if we are to glorify God fully, we must engage our mind in knowing him truly and our hearts in loving him duly." - John Piper, Think
Child's plaster handprint thingie
One of those awesome images of an unborn child
An athlete in mid-stride/stroke/position/whatever
An iconic moment caught in a famous photograph; Iwo Jima flagraising, setting foot on the moon, Albert Einstein, one of Dorothea Lange's pics from the Depression, etc.
actually-igniter has a wordless version here
on a dvd-it's in the bonus section. I've actually used everything on that dvd at one time or another-it has the together video of the father pushing his son through marathons in his wheelchair, MSW's "Never Been Unloved", Rich Mulins' "Everwhere", and a funny clip called "Real Christians of Genius".
The whole dvd is only $20, versus $15 for the download.
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Sysmom (Friday, August 15th, 2008)
Handmade reminded me of a sermon I did a couple of years ago titled: "Silly Putty, Play Dough and Potter's Clay" in which I talked about each of them being able to be used to mold something but only one can be used to mold something usable. I talked about God's creative process too. When people came in they were each given a small ball of play dough (actually is was a cheap Dollar General version of the stuff). As part of their invovlement in the sermon, they were asked to make something which symbolized their faith. Then at an appropriate time, we brought all those symbols of our faith and laid them on the altar rail. We talked about how God uses all of our creativty, coupled with His, to create the church and the particular ministries of the church.
That day we were launching a children's area at the back of the sanctuary for parents to sit with their little ones so they could move around and color and play queitly during the service. The play dough was collected and made available for the children to play with.
It added a whole other level of participation which was very beneficial and a living illustration.