Monday, August 16, 2010

The artist's life...

"Each tiny individual piece of the body of Christ is beautiful and complete unto itself, but only when the pieces are joined together is the true beauty realized - a living, breathing portrait of Jesus, who is fully human, fully divine." ~ Alice Bass, The Creative Life

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

A great fellow Christian Artist and Blogger that I want to share...Say it in Color!

I just came across this blog again, you are just bound to love the work she does and the instructions given.
John and I are doing ok, the hospices nurses come and go and he listens to men's conferences on his laptop. Amazing how God uses technology for His people when they need it. John had to cancel attending the Men's Conference but can "attend" in his home. Thank you for praying for us and our family. Love you all.
Buckets of Blessings,

Monday, March 22, 2010

Blogging Delay...

Sorry for the long times between posts. My husband is critically ill and we are dealing with this part of the journey. The Lord gives such grace, and we appreciate your prayers.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Winners for Give-Away

Hi and thank you all for entering our OWOH Give-Away. Hope you all had fun. The winner of Java Joy by Pam is Sharon at Sharon's Cottage Quilts.

And the winner of the Myste's whimsical scene is Sanja at ArTic. yay!!!

Sunday, January 24, 2010

One World One Heart Give-Away...Just leave a comment to enter

Welcome to Faith Folk
and our

OWOH Give-Away

Win a signed print from Pam or Mystele...we will each randomly draw one name from the comments.

So leave a comment on this post, we hope you enjoy the music, and invite you to come back soon. (Just a fun note: Dan DiPaolo from Lang and August Moon has asked both of us to work on calendars with him. What a blessing...and he does not know that we work together on this blog as far as we know. Now what are the odds? It's all in the hands of our Lord :)

From Pam you can win Java Joy, which was painted with COFFEE. No paint used!

And Myste is offering this whimsical scene from one of her journal pages...

There will be 2 winners.

Pam & Mystele
You can also fly over to Pam Warden Art to enter there :)

Saturday, January 23, 2010

A new look at Faith Folk Cafe'

Hi everyone, Pam here...I started goofing around trying to lighten the look up and then I went so far that I could not get back to where I started...does that make any sense??? Have you been there, done that? So, instead of lighter I've got grey and black, which I guess will make all the work look good, or, maybe I'm not done yet. Myste is up to her eyeballs in a new site so I don't want to bother her and not sure what Jane is up too. So, I'll just keep messing around, praising God for this site and hoping it looks great in the end.
p.s. I have over 800 little squares that my greeting card company needs me to hand paint and then fill in with pen. Pray for my hands...thanks!
p.s.s. I've changed the music's order to random. Tell me if you like it or hate it. I'll listen :D

Wednesday, January 20, 2010


A little note about great faith from Streams in the Desert. Mystele has an interview for us soon, but I thought to squeeze this note of encouragement in.

He Knows Us

"I know him, that he will command his children" (Gen. 18:19).
God wants people that He can depend upon. He could say of Abraham, "I know him, that he will command his children... that the Lord may bring upon Abraham that which he hath spoken." God can be depended upon; He wants us to be just as decided, as reliable, as stable. This is just what faith means.
God is looking for men on whom He can put the weight of all His love and power and faithful promises. God's engines are strong enough to draw any weight we attach to them. Unfortunately the cable which we fasten to the engine is often too weak to hold the weight of our prayer; therefore God is drilling us, disciplining us to stability and certainty in the life of faith. Let us learn our lessons and stand fast. --A. B. Simpson
God knows that you can stand that trial; He would not give it to you if you could not. It is His trust in you that explains the trials of life, however bitter they may be. God knows our strength, and He measures it to the last inch; and a trial was never given to any man that was greater than that man's strength, through God, to bear it.