“I will never forgive my husband!” Ekua (not her real name) yelled as she jumped out of her seat, startling many of the nation’s 300 top female military leaders in attendance. On the very first day of a large Walking
Some of our team were in Ethiopia in November for the premiere of the 1,500th translation of the Jesus Film. That language is Daasanach, and our teammates traveled over five hours on dirt roads to reach the places where the
Heather’s Announcement For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to be an artist. In high school, my bedroom walls were covered with my art projects. I dreamed of seeing my art up in a museum. In
David’s Overseas Trip Fifteen years ago, “Sergei,” a college student in Central Asia, was bored and looking for something to watch. His roommate, not a believer, handed him a DVD someone had given him–a copy of the “JESUS” Film in
I’ve created a separate site that will focus on my artwork. I’d love for you to follow and share with others! The new site is HeatherLNagyArt.wordpress.com. Enjoy!
Southwest Trip series-1 18×24 Acrylic on canvas A cairn is a man made pile of rocks that helps to mark a trail. When your hiking over mostly slick rock and you seem to be alone on the trail cairns are
24×30 Acrylic on canvas I found myself at home Saturday, knowing that Hurricane Irma was on her way. Prep work was done, and I decided for my own sanity amidst the waiting for who-knows-what I’d paint. I looked through my