Dialogue Christian Greeting Card
- This Dialogue Christian Greeting Card (A6 Size)
- Printed on FSC certified card using soy or vegetable based inks
- Blank inside for your own message, making it perfect for any occasion
- White envelope
- Designed and printed in the UK
Please note that this product does not come with a pen.
Let your loved one know that you are thinking of them, by sending them this unique dialogue Christian greeting card. This particular design features my ‘dialogue’ painting on the front. Scroll down to read more about this design.
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The original dialogue painting is the 4th painting in my collection of faith-based discipleship abstracts.
Dialogue can be messy, bumpy, and beautiful. I used sap green, rose pink, orange and white because those colours communicate with each other on the colour wheel.
I'm creating these paintings in conjunction with a book that I'm writing on the complexities of discipleship. Here is a snippet on Dialogue:
Since 2015 I’ve grown and developed a lot. I used to be dyslexic, I used to struggle with communicating. I was shy and emotionally unstable (that’s explained by a later diagnosis of Trait Specific Personality Disorder). That did not allow much room for good, healthy, or helpful dialogue or relationships. It’s something that I’m getting better at all the time. Spiritually, I’ve always had a good-enough inner dialogue between myself and God. When I was very little, I spoke often to God – good, bad, and ugly. I remember asking Him things and telling Him things. I relied heavily on Him for comfort, particularly at night-time. But, even though my dialogue with Him was ‘good enough’, it wasn’t based on a right relationship with Him. Although I looked to Him for comfort, I feared Him. I feared punishment. I feared to get it wrong. I feared to upset Him. Since 2015, but especially since September 2016 when I gave my life to Jesus – properly, I have begun to have a collaborative dialogue with Abba-Jesus-Spirit. By that I mean dialogue where I have equal respect for myself and Him. Or at least that is what I intend, I don’t always succeed! (© Hannah Kirk, 2020)
More details about this original painting can be found here: Dialogue Themed Abstract Painting.
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