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Do I need to say any more?

Written by: on September 11, 2015

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What More needs to be said?

About the Author

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Jon Spellman

Jon is a husband, father, coach, author, missional-thinker, and most of all, a follower of Jesus.

8 responses to “Do I need to say any more?”

  1. Phillip Struckmeyer says:

    Jon, Thanks for sharing the art you have collected for your man-cave. Dyrness would be very proud!

  2. mm Dave Young says:

    Jon, In one sense this post reinforces it how I commented on Mary’s. Art is a matter of general revelation. Word can be a matter of special revelation and they compliment one another. I love that you let the art speak for itself but I also like your thoughts on how it speaks to you. 🙂

    • mm Mary Pandiani says:

      Jon – love the art! Sometimes words just don’t do it. Do they? As for your addition, Nick, I’m starting to wonder about you 🙂

  3. mm Travis Biglow says:

    Jon love the art. I remeber Catholic school and all of the things our church had. The stations of the Cross and so on. The art especially the stain glassed windows have never left my mind. And one day i hope to have a church with beautiful stained glass windows!

    • Jon Spellman says:

      Thanks Travis. I was trying to illustrate how the gospel story can be told without words. SO much of our communication has become verbal only that we have lost the ability to communicate with images I think.

      J

  4. mm Brian Yost says:

    Jon,
    I love the boldness of writing your post in images. Although, if a picture is worth 1,000 words, perhaps your post was way too long. : )
    One of the exercise I love to do with people is show them icons and have each person reflect, meditate, and share with the group what God said to them about and through the icon. I never cease to be amazed at the way God speaks so clearly, yet distinctly to each person.

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