From the Cleft of the Rock...

Worship is what we do every day of our lives, not only on Sunday. How we spend our time each day reflects what or who we truly worship.  
 
We live in difficult times, Beloved.  You and I are surrounded by losses of many kinds with the economic crisis and stresses of life. Many people are seeking answers. I have found that if we are bold enough to ask the questions, we may not always get answers, but we can find God in the questions.  
 
I set aside a day for a Sabbath rest, although it was a Wednesday. Resting and spending quiet time with God, walking before the rain came - then in it.  Meditating on my next best step in Him...  A truly restful Sabbath - even on a Wednesday. I don't think Jesus minds at all since He is the Lord of the Sabbath: Hebrews 4:1-16. He is our Sabbath Rest we so desperately need for every day - not only on Sunday. It's been too long since I've had a block of time at home to have a restful day to seek God.   - Maybe you too?
 
One block of time in God's presence, praying, listening and reading His words... then you'll realize: God is here; always here. He speaks to us in the quiet.  God is here, even and especially in the storms.  He gives us hopeful things to hang on to. We just have to keep our eyes and ears - and hearts - open to Him. 
 
Seek Him and you will find rest - amongst other good things - and that He really is all you'll ever need. In the way we respond to life and all it brings, in the way we treat others, in the seeking - we reflect our object of worship.  
As for me and my household - we choose to worship The Lord.   Blessed be His Name!    peace... christa


'The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach good news to the poor... to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners...  to comfort all who mourn, and provide for those who grieve... to bestow beauty instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair.  They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the LORD for the display of his splendor.' —Isaiah 61:1-3


Mike and Christa Shore

Mike and Christa Shore

Beyond the Veil Fellowship

Beyond the Veil Fellowship

Evansville Woman of Influence 2010

Evansville Woman of Influence 2010

Beyond the Veil Gifts

Beyond the Veil Fellowship offers Art, Music, inspirational gifts and handmade items by Christa Shore and other local artists.  Christa teaches art Saturday afternoons from 1pm to 3pm at 2800 N St Joe Ave -Suite A [by Rural King west].  Sign-up at [812]-963-9543.  

 

 

 

Christ Shore EV Woman 2011

Mike Shore's powerful testimony of Hope from Beyond The Veil Fellowship Oct 23, 2010:  MobileMe Gallery at http://gallery.me.com/geoffmochau#100136

'Come Away' watercolor by Christa Shore 2012

'Come Away' watercolor by Christa Shore 2012

Tree of Life #1

Tree of Life #1

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Chista Shore BFA Cover 2003

Christa's Bio...

Christa Shore Bio
Native of Indiana, singer/songwriter and Worship Arts Pastor Christa Shore currently teaches how to encounter God, visual art, and leads worship as Co-Pastor of Beyond the Veil Fellowship with husband Mike Shore in Evansville, Indiana. She also works independently as a Worship Coach. In 2001 her band Beyond the Veil recorded her first album, then had several songs played on radio along with stunning reviews Internationally from their albums Beauty from Ashes and Dance Before It’s Done. She speaks, teaches and has led conferences and concerts across the USA. As a visual artist she teaches, and has several pieces of art in print holding within them hidden pictures with spiritual messages. Christa was voted Evansville’s woman of the year in 2010.
Christa and Mike, have a son Curt, and a daughter Shari who is married to Matt Devine, and three beloved grandchildren, Julia Renee’, Ryan Michael and Arabella Christine.
Visit her on Facebook and online at www.christashore.org


ComeAway postcard with bleeds
Let the one who serves serve in the strength which God supplies that in everything God may get the glory through Jesus Christ.

1 Peter 4:11

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