Frequently Asked Questions

About Our Designs

How do you pick your designs?

All of our designs are influenced by some passage of Scripture.  We study how God the Father sent His Son, Jesus, to redeem our souls.  In our pursuit of Jesus, a verse resonates within us by the stirring of the Holy Spirit.  This stirring causes us to dwell on the verse and associate it with an “image” which is then turned into a design.

How do you figure out what your images will look like when they are fully designed?

We start by sketching the image which came to our minds from studying the Scripture.  We sketch A LOT of variations based on reference material and ideas of what that image could look like.  When sketching, a style (vintage, illustrative, etc.) will typically become associated with the design which helps guide the next part: Illustrator/Photoshop.  Depending on what style we go with determines which program we work in to produce our favorite sketch.  While in these programs, we choose a color palette and come up with the finished product.

Are these the only designs you've come up with?

There are many more waiting to be produced.

About Out Beliefs

What do you believe about the Bible?

We believe the Bible is the inspired and infallible Word of God (2 Timothy 3:16). We believe it is God’s love story written to us; allowing us the great pleasure to know the heart of God. The Bible is truth…all of it…even the parts that are hard to swallow.

God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit...

We believe in God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit; all three different and eternal persons existing as one (2 Corinthians 13:14).

We believe that God created the world and everything in it (Genesis 1:1). However, man fell from God into sin; thus the human race has been separated from God, completely incapable of redeeming ourselves (Genesis 3:6-7; Genesis 3:23).

But there is good news, God sent His son, Jesus, to die on the cross as the atonement for our sin. Through the sacrifice of His blood on the cross for us and his resurrection on the third day, we are given the gift of salvation should we choose to accept it (Romans 3:24; 1 Peter 1:3-5).

Salvation is given to us, through faith in Jesus, as we turn from sin and follow Him with a heart of repentance (Ephesians 2:8).

Through salvation, we receive the Holy Spirit who, we believe,  is active and moving in our daily lives as a source of conviction and guidance (John 14:26).

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