A New Way to Be Human
A New Way to Be Human
An Online Exhibition Exploring the Bible Through Art
It contains themes surrounding prayer, forgiveness, intentions of the heart, the true promises for God’s people, and the distinction between having faith and not. Matthew’s narrative is written to the people of God who are awaiting God’s rescue including those who are vulnerable, isolated, and displaced. Matthew is known for reaffirming the promises of God and teaching how they are fulfilled by the person of Jesus.
Reception Zoom link found at linktr.ee/intervarsityemilycarr
Though That Path Might Be Steep…
Joshua Kim @joshuakim9516
Modelling clay, small pieces of playdough, thin bendable iron, booger
This artwork is based on these passages from the book of Matthew: 5: 1-16, 5: 43-48, 7: 1-6, 7: 13-14 and 7: 21- 23. The journey of faith to the kingdom of God can be a difficult uphill battle. Fortunately, our Heavenly Father is always there and helps us along the way.
Be the Light
Karen Lai @karen_lai_arts
Digital Photo and Art
Jesus said in Mathew chapter 5:14-16 “You are the light of the world… let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” This metaphor of light only makes sense against a background of darkness such as our ignorance and rejection of the light.
A Now Snowy Ditch
Jasper Rodrigues @jasperie
Six Block Linocut Print
My Artwork shows a snowy ditch that was once littered with trash but was cleaned by someone. It reminded me of the passage Mathew 6:1 which spoke to me as he was not “practicing [his] righteousness in front of others to be seen” but was just doing something good.
Where Treasure Lies
Hayley Ng @hayley.n5
We often tangle ourselves in material treasures and forget that there is more to life than what we possess. In Matthew 6:19-21, it says that one should store their treasures in heaven so they may not be destroyed. My most valuable possession isn’t something physical, but rather something I will have to wait for.
“Will He not much more clothe you – you of little faith?”
Bryn Vargas @brynvargas
Stoneware, peace lily
Worry and anxiety are rampant in our daily lives. Sometimes it feels like we can’t help it with all that is going on. Yet Jesus, through the passage in Matthew 6: 25-33 teaches us ways to reframe how we see our needs, our place, and God’s care for us.
Stacked Up Foundation
Courtney Friesen @chj.friesen
Reinterpreting the passage about building your house on a rock (Matthew 7:24-27) I reflected on texts which I read for regular entertainment, inspiration, and engagement. Visualizing what I build my life on, this art piece is a reminder of the ongoing strive for stability.