Christ and the Samaritan Woman | Art for A Lent 3

John 4:7 A Samaritan woman came to draw water, and Jesus said to her, “Give me a drink.”

Christ and the Samaritan Woman
Broadbent, Stephen, 1961-
Christ and the Samaritan Woman
Sculpture, freestanding, metal
Chester Cathedral
Chester GB
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Thanks Hovak.

After over two years of highly informative commentary, Hovak Najarian finds he needs more time for his primary calling. He is, after all, an artist first and that takes time.
We have left the door open in hopes that he will share his thoughts from time to time.
Also, his work remains on the blog (search tags for ‘Hovak Najarian’) and we are in the process of re-indexing his comments and will link to them in future as appropriate.
Again, Thanks Hovak.
Stan

I add my thanks to Stan’s.  In the last two years I have learned more about art than I have in my previous 62 years. It has been a joy to read Hovak’s commentaries on the art selected for each Sunday. His commentaries have helped me understand better the way art can lead a person into a deeper faith and how a talented human can use art to express the faith within. I have come to appreciate how art through the centuries has both informed the faith and shaped the faith. I see with new eyes

Hovak, with a grateful heart I pray that God will bless ‘the work of your hands’ as you pursue your art; may God bless your every endeavor. Dan Rondeau

I encourage you to offer your thanks to Hovak in person, by card, or even on our blog (use the comment section of this Sunday’s post to offer your thanksgiving; Stan and I will make sure it is delivered). ~dan rondeau

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