Sunday, August 24, 2014

Back to School!

Well, it's that time! Back to school!
We are so excited to see returning students to Valley Forge's campus, and meet some new ones too! We hope you all had a lovely summer and look forward to the year ahead.
The ministry fair is September 4th this year and we will be waiting at our booth to see you all. Come say hi and sign up for our monthly email and art parties!

Friday, August 15, 2014

Sevenly + Love 146

Hello everyone! Have you ever head of Sevenly? It's this wonderful t-shirt company that teams up with different charities and donates money from their sales to help make a difference in the world! Pretty awesome, if you ask us. (And their shirts are awesome too!) 

This week at Sevenly, your purchase aids the work of Love 146. It provides restorative care for survivors of child sexual exploitation in the US.

Just head on over before the sale is over and check out their great designs! 
Here are a few examples:




Let us know what you think, and if you end up purchasing one! 
If you miss the Sevenly date, head on over to the Love 146 site and get a shirt there!


Tuesday, April 15, 2014

2013-2014 Meeting With The Grants

Last week our year came to a close as we gave our donation to David and Beth Grant in VFCC chapel service. We were so blessed to raise funds for Project Rescue and are pleased to announce that we made $4,500 for them by selling t-shirts, paintings, and general donations from churches and other groups. We are so thankful for all the support and help that you've all given! God is so good and we cannot wait to see how God uses Project Rescue to help the victims of human trafficking find hope and better lives. Along with our donation, some wonderful girls who helped host Bless With a Dress and Confidence Week raised money to donate too!




Saturday, April 5, 2014

Refresh Conference

A few weekends ago, we had the opportunity to do some live painting during the Valley Forge Youth Studies "Refresh" series. It was such a great time! It was held at the new Conference Center at Valley Forge and had the musical talents of Trevor Gordon Hall and  Claude Valdes was the speaker. He brought a wonderful word and gave great tips and reminders to youth leaders and pastors on the importance of investing in students and not focusing on numbers, but on the growth and development of each kid in the youth group!
Jessica and I had a wonderful time creating several pieces that sold right away, and we were able to even set up the booth and make a little extra money to donate to Project Rescue! We are so thankful for this time we got to share our talents and Inspire's heart about Project Rescue and helping victims of human trafficking. God is so good, always faithful! We just want to thank Valley Forge's Youth Studies Department and Phil Baker for having us. We were so blessed to be a part!
The Booth!
Painting the Refresh Painting 
"The Word of the Lord is living and breathing, filled with color and life!"
A special time of prayer and music was had for Dr. Hall, as his son Trevor played beautiful songs on his guitar. We were so blessed to be a part of such a special moment. We gave our final painting of a willow tree to Dr. Hall as a get-well-soon present and had the youth department volunteers, the speaker, and Professor Baker sign the back frame. It was so special! 
Live Painting

Monday, March 31, 2014

A Giveaway!

Come check out our first ever giveaway!! 

Interested in winning one of our paintings? Then enter below! We are thrilled to be giving away a painting just to say a sort of "thank you" for all the support and prayers and ideas you've all been giving us! 
David and Beth Grant from Project Rescue will be visiting Valley Forge Christian College in a few weeks and we are on our toes, waiting to give them our donation. God is so good!
Enter our contest here:

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

The End It Movement.

If you frequently use any social media sites, there is a chance that you've seen something posted about the End It movement. The goal of this movement is to raise awareness and put a stop to human trafficking.
Their mission statement says this: 
"Slavery still exists. We want every man, woman and child to know that there are 27 million men, women and children, just like them, living in the shadows. Working as slaves. In 161 countries. Including our own. Let's shine a light on slavery and END IT.
We are here to shine a light on slavery. No more bondage. No more sex trafficking. No more child laborers. No more, starting now."


In February, they are hosting an event to shine a light on slavery. Spread the word to your family and friends to get the ball rolling! They need all the support they can get!
Find them on Facebook or enditmovement.com to get more info and see what you can do to be a part. 

We love seeing other organizations that use their resources to help get the word out about the terrible truths of human trafficking and child slavery. They need a voice, so let yours be heard.