If you follow our blog, you know we love to feature other ministries who have similar giftings. We have talked about Anointed Artisans who God has called and anointed – in this case to create tools for worship. Today we want to share a couple new ones both of which happen to be out of Redding, CA (Bethel Church): Joya Flags and INovia Dance (BTW I love the fact that a pair of our Dyed4you wings is on their splash page – the ones on the left). Continue reading
I know this one is long, but there’s a LOT of good stuff in here – silk stories, words shared by one of you in the Dyed4you Community as well as some fun Dyed4you history. So I hope you’ll be blessed by it!
First up is a topic I’ve shared on a number of times on the our blog and it’s one I feel passionate about. God has specifically anointed certain people to do certain things. I call them anointed artisans (think of artisan as being an expert not simply an artist because you could be an “artisan” of computer code if that’s what Papa has gifted you to do). We see this concept clearly illustrated in Exodus 31:1-6 (AMP) Continue reading
When the tabernacle was built the Lord says of the men he selected to lead the design/creation that He had “filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills— to make artistic designs” (Ex 31:3-4).
Several years back I did a post called Why it Matters Who Makes Your Flags. The short version is basically that I want to use tools made by those God has anointed to create them, not ones created in the flesh. I shared in that post several other ministries that I felt were anointed to create worship tools including of course our sister ministry Prophetic Worship Banners, Andrea York, and Margie Puckett of Unhindered and Unashamed. I wanted to share a couple more since I’ve acquired some new flags. Some are from the ministries I’ve already mentioned, but a couple new ones too. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading
I am very particular not just the type of flags I use, but also by whom they are made. Obviously I have a love for the silks the Father births through me, but it occurred to me I might share why it matters who makes the flags you use.
Periodically, I will get asked to do a dyeing workshop or having someone asking me to teach them how to dye (or asking technical dyeing-related questions via email or the blog), so I thought it would be good for me to explain how and when I teach people to dye and why.