A WORD FROM THE EDITOR
Eyes on the Prize
This week I wanted to share how I had to learn what it truly means to run steadfast and to persevere through a season. I hope you’re blessed by it and that you receive something from this to keep you pushing ahead.
Local news in the area
We are still raising money to begin construction for our bathroom installation. The total cost of the project is $6000. So far we have risen close to $4000. If you can, please make a donation by going to ktorradio.com and click the donate button.
Sunday sermons, Wednesday messages
Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016, “We’ve Got What We Need (Romans 8:31)”
“What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us?” (Rom. 8:31 KJV)
No bible study was held this week.
THE ART GALLERY
Using artistry to empower the Kingdom
NOW PRESENTING: LIZ CASTRO
by Jacqueline S. Sadberry
Editor in Chief
This beautiful woman of God and wife is Liz Castro. She’s a painter, photographer, calligrapher and highly talented.
The first time I saw her work I was captivated by it. As a poet, I know that it is possible to take words to create art, but when it came to calligraphy it was a completely different world to me. Here was someone literally taking words and making incredible works of art for a living. Her pieces are quite exceptional and I strongly encourage you to go and take a peek at her artwork.
I really wanted to showcase some stellar calligraphy and Liz popped into my mind. The picture above is from her 30 day biblical calligraphy series. I hope to feature more calligraphers in the Safe Haven in the future. It truly is a uniquely magnificent world.
If you’d like to see even more of her works, you can visit her website directly: mrslizcastro.com or you can follow her on social media (all listed on her website at the bottom.)
Events, announcements for the month of October
- Oct. 1: State Fair Classic, Dallas, Texas
- Oct. 2-8: PVAMU Homecoming Week
- Oct. 23: “The Remedy,” 5 p.m., Prairie View, Texas
**This issue has been edited**