Preview
Click to preview Consider The Creatures photo book

Brian Dunne is an art teacher with a passion to show God's glory in creation. This book, "Consider the Creatures", is a wonderfull way to share the encouragement of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through art and photography for both young and old. It is part 1 of a developing series on the theme of God's art in nature.
Other up and coming editions:
Consider the Lilies
Consider the Mountains
Consider the Oceans
Consider the Children

bbdunne

About the Author

Brian Dunne
bbdunne Cleveland, Tennessee, USA.

I find no greater joy than showing God's love expressed to us through His art and creation. He is the Master Artist and the greatest art ever hung on a nail was in His Son Jesus. For God so loved you that He gave His only begotten Son....nature records this wonder in many ways..the curse is covered by the cross. In the buds of spring we may see the promise of new life and new hope for mankind. In all He has made He has recorded a message of hope for us.
May You find this blessing in His works and know Him and His pardoning grace.
God has blessed us all.
Brian Dunne

Comments (1) Write a comment

artlook

artlook says

Very interesting, well designed book. Congratulations.

My name is Ron Naylor, I live in Christchurch, New Zealand, where I am an artist, art teacher, composer, and breeder of rhododendrons.

Paste http://www.blurb.com/user/store/artlook
into your browser to see all the twenty or so books I have published so far, which includes :

Lord’s Prayer in F major
Psalm 23 in B flat major
Psalm 23 in F major
Psalm 23 in G major
Psalm 122 in B flat major
Nicene Creed in B flat major
Ferial Responses in B flat major
Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in F major
Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in B flat major
Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in A flat major
Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in G flat major
Parry / Naylor ‘Jerusalem’ ‘I was Glad’, ‘Repton’
Organ Solos : Book 1

My publication rate is one new book every month. Don’t be afraid to comment on anyone’s books as what you have to say is anonymous.

Paste http://219.88.101.105/o.html
into your browser to visit the music page of my personal website where you can listen to MIDI files of the music.


posted at 03:00am Jan 27 PST

Quantity

Blurb Sites

© 2014 Blurb