by Ryan Guai Before SOW, I felt like the lost sheep, out in the wilderness and separated from my Creator. Although I felt anxious to return to Him, I felt unworthy and unwelcome, and was held back by my comfort with going for Mass. However a part of me longed to be reunited with God.
by Paul Ng Behold, the sacred heart of Jesus, the source of all love, grace and compassion. This heart bore all the ridicule and insults of the world so that we may live and live life to the full. Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.
by Paul Joseph The word that sums up my SOW testimony would be restoration. The idea to paint a cracked vase came to mind where there were many cracks and imperfections and a full vase of water. This water represents the newness of life in Christ, that doesn’t leak or flow because He has restored
by Nigel Chowdhurie My art piece today reveals the simple but complex reality of my life in all of its mess, struggles and insecurities. You Lord, have claimed me and set me apart as your Holy and loved one. You reveal to me that I am loved and seen; that your divine love would dare
by Nicholas Wong Before entering SOW, I struggled in believing in the presence of Christ in my life. I have always been active in church but transitioning into this new stage of life I always wondered what more the Lord had for me. However, entering the school; Jesus revealed to me the great plans He
by Michelle Narciso Flowers blooming at a pink background. The pinkish background represents the sweet love of the Lord, with its over flowing love causing flowers to bloom and grow. The different sizes of the flowers show how each time I claim and believe a truth revealed to me, they will bloom and grow bigger.
by Mark Ng The sun and the cross represents the end destination, communion with Jesus in glory The wilderness and the storms are at the side what the world threatens to do to me. In the middle are people carrying the stretcher with me on it, crippled. I am being carried by my family and
by Jodi Chan There were 3 main ideas that I wanted to capture in my art. Firstly, the childlikeness that the Lord has brought me back to during this journey. This was illustrated by Jesus holding onto and guiding a child(me) in a big vast field. Secondly, the truth that I do not walk alone.
by Jocelyn Yeo My art piece was inspired by the theme of joy, love, restoration and peace. The Lord was represented by the sun and cross. Clouds (blue skies) signified peace. The sun gave nourishment to the flowers and the flowers signified new life. The garden itself is beauty. The Lord has nourished and restored
by Jean D’Cruz The fallen apple represents me. Even though I have rejected God many times, my community (namely family, represented by the tree) were the faces of Christ to me; watching over me and comforting me during my time of hopelessness. They were there to hold me and Christ was acting through them
by Michelle Yong This artwork focuses on the theme of freedom and restoration. The butterfly symbolises new life. The old has passed, the new has come. The art piece was made to look imperfect to remember that we are all still a work in progress and there’s great beauty in that. Painted on the top
by Lauren Humphries Through SOW, I’ve learnt of how integral God’s strength is in my life. It’s not only the force that keeps me going, but also what helps me start despite how difficult it seems. I can’t always rely on my own abilities to do what He has called me to, but I know