When Art Comes to Life

There used to be a TV show when I was a kid, and the long awaited line every week was when the main character would say: “I love it when a plan comes together.”

(If you remember this show, shoot it back to me.)  Anyway, that is how I feel about the new website, www.womengettingreal.com

It took hours of thinking, stretching, aligning, coding, even arguing, but it is live and I hope you love it as much as we do. Take a look around and give us feedback suggestions. There are lots of things to see and digest.

Hats off to Michael Wender and Lyschel Burket for bringing this piece of art to life.  It felt a lot like labor at times, but my what a beautiful baby!! Thanks for all the hours and expertise.

It reminds me of the book, Linchpin, by Seth Godin. Work well done takes your breath away, because it becomes art for all to see.  Work as unto the Lord today. And let Him and us enjoy your art.

3 thoughts on “When Art Comes to Life

  1. Dear Jana,
    I’m so glad that we were able to get this new site up and running. For the last two weeks of development, your site was pretty much the only thing I thought about during my working hours.

    Now that it’s live, my prayer is that it would be a valuable resource to the ministry that God is working through you and your team. May this site be a part of spreading His Good News here on this earth.

    Many Blessings,
    Michael aka The Webmaster

  2. Work well done takes your breath away. . . . Been thinking about this ever since I read this about a week ago. It’s a constant struggle for me to put thoughts into well-crafted/concrete expression. I’m often tempted to leave the expression of an idea half finished because it is already worked out in my head. The excitement of the idea is somewhat “played out”. However, I am discovering another excitement of a work well crafted.

    I learned about the link between craft, beauty, and wisdom in church last Sunday. And then there was an invitation for us to pray for each other’s craft. I was astounded. This has been on my heart as a place of lack but also a place of great communication and expression of God’s wisdom and beauty. Thanks for your words 🙂


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