Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Carriers of Faith

I'm a day late for the Carrier's of Faith post....life just got too busy.

This month Pauline was our hostess and this is the challenge she gave to us:

Challenge: I want you to create a card or gift for your father or a male figure who has been influential in your Christian life. Create multiple projects if you wish for more than one of those special men.
2. Give the project to that man or men that you hold dear to you. Celebrate these people on or before Father's Day!
3. Use any scripture you like on your project. Just make sure the scripture has a prominent place somewhere on your project and share a pic where you used the scripture.
4. Tell us why you chose this person or persons and how they played a part in your walk with Christ.
5. Explain why you chose a particular scripture on your project.

Well, the most influential male figure in my life is my dad.  Even though he's been walking those streets of gold since 1991, he's still such a part of my life.  Being a pastor he certainly influenced me spiritually - I grew up in a Christian home, went to a Christian school through the 6th grade...church was always a priority and that has stayed with me even today.  He was an amazing man who taught me the value of people - to care and to give.  He taught me what a husband should be by the way he treated my mom.  He taught me how to live.  

As for the scripture I used for this card - it's one that gives hope and shows faith...which is why I chose it.


The verse is part of set from Deedee's Digis called "Set Sail".

I'm entering this card into the following challenges:

Thanks for stopping by today!  God bless you!!!!!!

3 comments:

verybellemakes said...

Love the layers! Thank you for joining the Crafting From The Heart Challenge, hope to see you again very soon.

Victoria DT

:: BlueInks :: said...

The layers look great on this card, Zella. I really like how you featured the sentiment. Great job!

Eve's Card Designs said...

Lovely card and lovely papers, fits into oour theme of 'Use two papers' perfectly, thank you for joining in with us at Digi Choosday! Yvonne (DT)

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