Since childhood, Elissa Weichbrodt has been interested in art. But even at a young age she was nagged by the sense that art was a second-rate calling. “If I really loved Jesus,” Weichbrodt thought, “I’d be a missionary.” But in early high school she “devoured a stack of books” by Rookmaaker, Schaeffer, and Seerveld. She realized that art was not only a valid and dignified calling; it was one that helps us understand what it means to bear God’s image.
Art and the Image of God
April 28, 2020