TLV Art Show in Birmingham

The TLV Biblical Art Collection Art Show is once again hitting the streets for Messiah! The art show held in Pensacola, Florida earlier this year in February was a smashing success for both the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society and Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue.

This weekend, the MJFBS will be bringing Michael Washer’s art to Birmingham, Alabama,  the “Pittsburgh of the South,” for the first time.

Rabbi David and Leslye Schneier have invited the TLV Biblical Art Collection to Birmingham this Sunday, April 24th, for display at their annual Community Passover Seder!  The Seder begins at 5:00pm, however doors will be open to attendees to view the art show beforehand at 4:30pm. Those attending will be able to experience the Passover while being taken on a visual journey through the Exodus and Yeshua’s ministry leading up to the Last Supper.

Just as hearing and tasting the story of the Jewish people is an integral part of Passover, seeing the story as well is becoming more and more important. Seeing the anger of Pharoah’s face when he refuses to let the Israelites go is equally as impactful as chewing the bitter herbs. And seeing the joy of the freed Israelites as they cross the sea is just as wonderful as singing “The Horse and the Rider” at the top of our lungs in jubilation.

The show will feature the beautifully printed and framed editions of each of the nearly 100 pieces by Michael Washer, which are included in the 2015 self-published edition of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible.

For those who might not yet know, Michael Washer is an inspired artist, graphic designer, illustrator, musician and writer. He has been engaged in creating Messianic Jewish art for over thirty years. Using his understanding of Judaism, he has produced artwork to mold a fresh, bold vision of the entire Holy Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation in order to reimagine the metanarrative of God’s eternal plan for the redemption of mankind.

The TLV Jewish Art Show hopes to spark a Bible revolution through art. One of the goals of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society in commissioning these pieces was to make a Jewish perspective available to a new generation of Jewish believers in Yeshua so that the Jewishness of their Messiah can be understood. As Washer states in his introduction, “Yeshua, Jesus, the Jewish Messiah, wasn’t depicted as a Jew by those who were the visual story tellers of their generations, the pre-Renaissance, Renaissance and Baroque artists. What happened, I wondered? Where was the Jewishness of the Jewish Messiah?”

This art collection attempts to answer those questions. By presenting Israel’s Family Diary in visual form, with Jewish context, Jewish imagery, and Jewish culture, The Tree of Life Biblical Art Collection is a wonderful resource for anyone looking to reimagine the Bible stories of their childhood. Restoring the Jewish visuals to classic Bible art has been a long-time burden of Michael Washer’s heart, which can be read about in depth in this new book. In each picture, well-known stories are told in both an intellectual and emotional way, invoking interest from people of all ages and backgrounds.

Please note that this art show is only available to those who have registered and purchased admission to Beth Hallel Birmingham’s Community Passover Seder. To attend the seder and view the art show, please visit Beth Hallel’s website to register at www.shalombirmingham.org.

Check out the Tree of Life Version’s website to learn more about what TLV is doing, and how you can see more of Michael Washer’s work, at www.familybiblesociety.org.

TLV Art Show in Birmingham

The TLV Biblical Art Collection Art Show is once again hitting the streets for Messiah! The art show held in Pensacola, Florida earlier this year in February was a smashing success for both the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society and Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue.

This weekend, the MJFBS will be bringing Michael Washer’s art to Birmingham, Alabama,  the “Pittsburgh of the South,” for the first time.

Rabbi David and Leslye Schneier have invited the TLV Biblical Art Collection to Birmingham this Sunday, April 24th, for display at their annual Community Passover Seder!  The Seder begins at 5:00pm, however doors will be open to attendees to view the art show beforehand at 4:30pm. Those attending will be able to experience the Passover while being taken on a visual journey through the Exodus and Yeshua’s ministry leading up to the Last Supper.

Just as hearing and tasting the story of the Jewish people is an integral part of Passover, seeing the story as well is becoming more and more important. Seeing the anger of Pharoah’s face when he refuses to let the Israelites go is equally as impactful as chewing the bitter herbs. And seeing the joy of the freed Israelites as they cross the sea is just as wonderful as singing “The Horse and the Rider” at the top of our lungs in jubilation.

The show will feature the beautifully printed and framed editions of each of the nearly 100 pieces by Michael Washer, which are included in the 2015 self-published edition of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible.

For those who might not yet know, Michael Washer is an inspired artist, graphic designer, illustrator, musician and writer. He has been engaged in creating Messianic Jewish art for over thirty years. Using his understanding of Judaism, he has produced artwork to mold a fresh, bold vision of the entire Holy Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation in order to reimagine the metanarrative of God’s eternal plan for the redemption of mankind.

The TLV Jewish Art Show hopes to spark a Bible revolution through art. One of the goals of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society in commissioning these pieces was to make a Jewish perspective available to a new generation of Jewish believers in Yeshua so that the Jewishness of their Messiah can be understood. As Washer states in his introduction, “Yeshua, Jesus, the Jewish Messiah, wasn’t depicted as a Jew by those who were the visual story tellers of their generations, the pre-Renaissance, Renaissance and Baroque artists. What happened, I wondered? Where was the Jewishness of the Jewish Messiah?”

This art collection attempts to answer those questions. By presenting Israel’s Family Diary in visual form, with Jewish context, Jewish imagery, and Jewish culture, The Tree of Life Biblical Art Collection is a wonderful resource for anyone looking to reimagine the Bible stories of their childhood. Restoring the Jewish visuals to classic Bible art has been a long-time burden of Michael Washer’s heart, which can be read about in depth in this new book. In each picture, well-known stories are told in both an intellectual and emotional way, invoking interest from people of all ages and backgrounds.

Please note that this art show is only available to those who have registered and purchased admission to Beth Hallel Birmingham’s Community Passover Seder. To attend the seder and view the art show, please visit Beth Hallel’s website to register at www.shalombirmingham.org.

Check out the Tree of Life Version’s website to learn more about what TLV is doing, and how you can see more of Michael Washer’s work, at www.familybiblesociety.org.

TLV Art Show in Birmingham

The TLV Biblical Art Collection Art Show is once again hitting the streets for Messiah! The art show held in Pensacola, Florida earlier this year in February was a smashing success for both the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society and Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue.

This weekend, the MJFBS will be bringing Michael Washer’s art to Birmingham, Alabama,  the “Pittsburgh of the South,” for the first time.

Rabbi David and Leslye Schneier have invited the TLV Biblical Art Collection to Birmingham this Sunday, April 24th, for display at their annual Community Passover Seder!  The Seder begins at 5:00pm, however doors will be open to attendees to view the art show beforehand at 4:30pm. Those attending will be able to experience the Passover while being taken on a visual journey through the Exodus and Yeshua’s ministry leading up to the Last Supper.

Just as hearing and tasting the story of the Jewish people is an integral part of Passover, seeing the story as well is becoming more and more important. Seeing the anger of Pharoah’s face when he refuses to let the Israelites go is equally as impactful as chewing the bitter herbs. And seeing the joy of the freed Israelites as they cross the sea is just as wonderful as singing “The Horse and the Rider” at the top of our lungs in jubilation.

The show will feature the beautifully printed and framed editions of each of the nearly 100 pieces by Michael Washer, which are included in the 2015 self-published edition of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible.

For those who might not yet know, Michael Washer is an inspired artist, graphic designer, illustrator, musician and writer. He has been engaged in creating Messianic Jewish art for over thirty years. Using his understanding of Judaism, he has produced artwork to mold a fresh, bold vision of the entire Holy Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation in order to reimagine the metanarrative of God’s eternal plan for the redemption of mankind.

The TLV Jewish Art Show hopes to spark a Bible revolution through art. One of the goals of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society in commissioning these pieces was to make a Jewish perspective available to a new generation of Jewish believers in Yeshua so that the Jewishness of their Messiah can be understood. As Washer states in his introduction, “Yeshua, Jesus, the Jewish Messiah, wasn’t depicted as a Jew by those who were the visual story tellers of their generations, the pre-Renaissance, Renaissance and Baroque artists. What happened, I wondered? Where was the Jewishness of the Jewish Messiah?”

This art collection attempts to answer those questions. By presenting Israel’s Family Diary in visual form, with Jewish context, Jewish imagery, and Jewish culture, The Tree of Life Biblical Art Collection is a wonderful resource for anyone looking to reimagine the Bible stories of their childhood. Restoring the Jewish visuals to classic Bible art has been a long-time burden of Michael Washer’s heart, which can be read about in depth in this new book. In each picture, well-known stories are told in both an intellectual and emotional way, invoking interest from people of all ages and backgrounds.

Please note that this art show is only available to those who have registered and purchased admission to Beth Hallel Birmingham’s Community Passover Seder. To attend the seder and view the art show, please visit Beth Hallel’s website to register at www.shalombirmingham.org.

Check out the Tree of Life Version’s website to learn more about what TLV is doing, and how you can see more of Michael Washer’s work, at www.familybiblesociety.org.

TLV Art Show in Birmingham

The TLV Biblical Art Collection Art Show is once again hitting the streets for Messiah! The art show held in Pensacola, Florida earlier this year in February was a smashing success for both the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society and Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue.

This weekend, the MJFBS will be bringing Michael Washer’s art to Birmingham, Alabama,  the “Pittsburgh of the South,” for the first time.

Rabbi David and Leslye Schneier have invited the TLV Biblical Art Collection to Birmingham this Sunday, April 24th, for display at their annual Community Passover Seder!  The Seder begins at 5:00pm, however doors will be open to attendees to view the art show beforehand at 4:30pm. Those attending will be able to experience the Passover while being taken on a visual journey through the Exodus and Yeshua’s ministry leading up to the Last Supper.

Just as hearing and tasting the story of the Jewish people is an integral part of Passover, seeing the story as well is becoming more and more important. Seeing the anger of Pharoah’s face when he refuses to let the Israelites go is equally as impactful as chewing the bitter herbs. And seeing the joy of the freed Israelites as they cross the sea is just as wonderful as singing “The Horse and the Rider” at the top of our lungs in jubilation.

The show will feature the beautifully printed and framed editions of each of the nearly 100 pieces by Michael Washer, which are included in the 2015 self-published edition of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible.

For those who might not yet know, Michael Washer is an inspired artist, graphic designer, illustrator, musician and writer. He has been engaged in creating Messianic Jewish art for over thirty years. Using his understanding of Judaism, he has produced artwork to mold a fresh, bold vision of the entire Holy Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation in order to reimagine the metanarrative of God’s eternal plan for the redemption of mankind.

The TLV Jewish Art Show hopes to spark a Bible revolution through art. One of the goals of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society in commissioning these pieces was to make a Jewish perspective available to a new generation of Jewish believers in Yeshua so that the Jewishness of their Messiah can be understood. As Washer states in his introduction, “Yeshua, Jesus, the Jewish Messiah, wasn’t depicted as a Jew by those who were the visual story tellers of their generations, the pre-Renaissance, Renaissance and Baroque artists. What happened, I wondered? Where was the Jewishness of the Jewish Messiah?”

This art collection attempts to answer those questions. By presenting Israel’s Family Diary in visual form, with Jewish context, Jewish imagery, and Jewish culture, The Tree of Life Biblical Art Collection is a wonderful resource for anyone looking to reimagine the Bible stories of their childhood. Restoring the Jewish visuals to classic Bible art has been a long-time burden of Michael Washer’s heart, which can be read about in depth in this new book. In each picture, well-known stories are told in both an intellectual and emotional way, invoking interest from people of all ages and backgrounds.

Please note that this art show is only available to those who have registered and purchased admission to Beth Hallel Birmingham’s Community Passover Seder. To attend the seder and view the art show, please visit Beth Hallel’s website to register at www.shalombirmingham.org.

Check out the Tree of Life Version’s website to learn more about what TLV is doing, and how you can see more of Michael Washer’s work, at www.familybiblesociety.org.

TLV Art Show in Birmingham

The TLV Biblical Art Collection Art Show is once again hitting the streets for Messiah! The art show held in Pensacola, Florida earlier this year in February was a smashing success for both the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society and Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue.

This weekend, the MJFBS will be bringing Michael Washer’s art to Birmingham, Alabama,  the “Pittsburgh of the South,” for the first time.

Rabbi David and Leslye Schneier have invited the TLV Biblical Art Collection to Birmingham this Sunday, April 24th, for display at their annual Community Passover Seder!  The Seder begins at 5:00pm, however doors will be open to attendees to view the art show beforehand at 4:30pm. Those attending will be able to experience the Passover while being taken on a visual journey through the Exodus and Yeshua’s ministry leading up to the Last Supper.

Just as hearing and tasting the story of the Jewish people is an integral part of Passover, seeing the story as well is becoming more and more important. Seeing the anger of Pharoah’s face when he refuses to let the Israelites go is equally as impactful as chewing the bitter herbs. And seeing the joy of the freed Israelites as they cross the sea is just as wonderful as singing “The Horse and the Rider” at the top of our lungs in jubilation.

The show will feature the beautifully printed and framed editions of each of the nearly 100 pieces by Michael Washer, which are included in the 2015 self-published edition of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible.

For those who might not yet know, Michael Washer is an inspired artist, graphic designer, illustrator, musician and writer. He has been engaged in creating Messianic Jewish art for over thirty years. Using his understanding of Judaism, he has produced artwork to mold a fresh, bold vision of the entire Holy Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation in order to reimagine the metanarrative of God’s eternal plan for the redemption of mankind.

The TLV Jewish Art Show hopes to spark a Bible revolution through art. One of the goals of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society in commissioning these pieces was to make a Jewish perspective available to a new generation of Jewish believers in Yeshua so that the Jewishness of their Messiah can be understood. As Washer states in his introduction, “Yeshua, Jesus, the Jewish Messiah, wasn’t depicted as a Jew by those who were the visual story tellers of their generations, the pre-Renaissance, Renaissance and Baroque artists. What happened, I wondered? Where was the Jewishness of the Jewish Messiah?”

This art collection attempts to answer those questions. By presenting Israel’s Family Diary in visual form, with Jewish context, Jewish imagery, and Jewish culture, The Tree of Life Biblical Art Collection is a wonderful resource for anyone looking to reimagine the Bible stories of their childhood. Restoring the Jewish visuals to classic Bible art has been a long-time burden of Michael Washer’s heart, which can be read about in depth in this new book. In each picture, well-known stories are told in both an intellectual and emotional way, invoking interest from people of all ages and backgrounds.

Please note that this art show is only available to those who have registered and purchased admission to Beth Hallel Birmingham’s Community Passover Seder. To attend the seder and view the art show, please visit Beth Hallel’s website to register at www.shalombirmingham.org.

Check out the Tree of Life Version’s website to learn more about what TLV is doing, and how you can see more of Michael Washer’s work, at www.familybiblesociety.org.

TLV Art Show in Birmingham

The TLV Biblical Art Collection Art Show is once again hitting the streets for Messiah! The art show held in Pensacola, Florida earlier this year in February was a smashing success for both the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society and Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue.

This weekend, the MJFBS will be bringing Michael Washer’s art to Birmingham, Alabama,  the “Pittsburgh of the South,” for the first time.

Rabbi David and Leslye Schneier have invited the TLV Biblical Art Collection to Birmingham this Sunday, April 24th, for display at their annual Community Passover Seder!  The Seder begins at 5:00pm, however doors will be open to attendees to view the art show beforehand at 4:30pm. Those attending will be able to experience the Passover while being taken on a visual journey through the Exodus and Yeshua’s ministry leading up to the Last Supper.

Just as hearing and tasting the story of the Jewish people is an integral part of Passover, seeing the story as well is becoming more and more important. Seeing the anger of Pharoah’s face when he refuses to let the Israelites go is equally as impactful as chewing the bitter herbs. And seeing the joy of the freed Israelites as they cross the sea is just as wonderful as singing “The Horse and the Rider” at the top of our lungs in jubilation.

The show will feature the beautifully printed and framed editions of each of the nearly 100 pieces by Michael Washer, which are included in the 2015 self-published edition of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible.

For those who might not yet know, Michael Washer is an inspired artist, graphic designer, illustrator, musician and writer. He has been engaged in creating Messianic Jewish art for over thirty years. Using his understanding of Judaism, he has produced artwork to mold a fresh, bold vision of the entire Holy Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation in order to reimagine the metanarrative of God’s eternal plan for the redemption of mankind.

The TLV Jewish Art Show hopes to spark a Bible revolution through art. One of the goals of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society in commissioning these pieces was to make a Jewish perspective available to a new generation of Jewish believers in Yeshua so that the Jewishness of their Messiah can be understood. As Washer states in his introduction, “Yeshua, Jesus, the Jewish Messiah, wasn’t depicted as a Jew by those who were the visual story tellers of their generations, the pre-Renaissance, Renaissance and Baroque artists. What happened, I wondered? Where was the Jewishness of the Jewish Messiah?”

This art collection attempts to answer those questions. By presenting Israel’s Family Diary in visual form, with Jewish context, Jewish imagery, and Jewish culture, The Tree of Life Biblical Art Collection is a wonderful resource for anyone looking to reimagine the Bible stories of their childhood. Restoring the Jewish visuals to classic Bible art has been a long-time burden of Michael Washer’s heart, which can be read about in depth in this new book. In each picture, well-known stories are told in both an intellectual and emotional way, invoking interest from people of all ages and backgrounds.

Please note that this art show is only available to those who have registered and purchased admission to Beth Hallel Birmingham’s Community Passover Seder. To attend the seder and view the art show, please visit Beth Hallel’s website to register at www.shalombirmingham.org.

Check out the Tree of Life Version’s website to learn more about what TLV is doing, and how you can see more of Michael Washer’s work, at www.familybiblesociety.org.

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