Just when you think you have seen it all as far as politically correct lunacy goes, along comes the Red Cross in Belgium — Read more here. This report was our cartoonist Barry de Jager’s inspiration for today’s cartoon.
History was made in the Houses of Parliament in Cape Town last Friday when South Africa’s seat of law-making hosted a gathering of 250 leaders who were more focused on the throne of heaven than the rule of man. Cartoonist Bary de Jager captures the moment with his pen. You […]
This week cartoonist Barry de Jager picks up on the news of a new book by Steve and Jackie Green, owners of the US arts and crafts chain Hobby Lobby, whose R7-billion rand private museum opened in Washington DC on Friday November 17. You can click on the links above […]
Enjoy this week’s cartoon by Barry de Jager.
Welcome to our cartoon corner — a new feature that we introduced only last week. Tuesday marked the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and in an interesting interview Cindy Jacobs, a respected prophetic voice, referred to this time as a “hinge of history”. You can read the interview at: https://gatewaynews.co.za/october-31-2017-a-hinge-of-history-cindy-jacobs/ […]
Verena Salzwedel is a retired teacher and has attended the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown for many years. She is always intrigued by the amazing range of God-given talents employed at the biggest arts festival in the southern hemisphere. And this year she found God intentionally on display in various […]
God is the creator of everything. Everywhere you look there are magnificent patterns, shapes, colours, shades and hues all expressing and reflecting His absolute glory and creativity. Many years ago I dabbled in painting then feasted down the avenues of history of art, bought an easel, a palette, a good […]
Originally published in Christian Today The Sistine Chapel at the Vatican has been given a digital make-over with thousands of photographs taken for the first time since 1994 in a move which will aid future restorations. A five-year project has left the Vatican Museums with 270 000 digital frames that […]
Book Review by Val Viljoen I have been eyeing out adult colouring books for some time, wondering if acquiring one for myself would indeed lead to a therapeutic and fulfilling past-time. I was therefore delighted to receive Whatever is Lovely: A Coloring Book for Reflection and Worship for review. Having […]
[notice]Gateway News interviews Jonathan Griffiths, curator of “40 Stones in the Wall” — and art exhibition with a Kingdom purpose — at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown.[/notice] What is the 40 Stones in the Wall art exhibition all about? Jonathan: 40 Stones in the Wall is a group exhibition […]