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She Will Find What Is Lost: Brian Kershisnik’s Artistic Response to the Problem of Human Suffering
Tuesday, July 28, 2020

She Will Find What Is Lost: Brian Kershisnik’s Artistic Response to the Problem of Human Suffering

Today we are featuring our newest podcast episode: "She Will Find What Is Lost: Brian Kershisnik’s Artistic Response to the Problem of Human Suffering," from journal 58:3. The abstract for the article is below. Follow the link below to listen on our website. 

When Cris and Janae Baird first saw the painting She Will Find What Is Lost, by Brian Kershisnik, Janae felt a deep connection to it because it portrayed what she had felt when she had a severe illness: that God loved her and that ministering angels were with her, extending above her and caring for her. This essay tells how she became ill and dealt with that illness, and how they met with the artist, purchased the painting, and loaned it for display at the Conference Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City. They are delighted that so many people also feel the spiritually important and universally applicable message of the painting: that God loves us, and we are never truly alone.

“I will seek that which was lost, and bring again that which was driven away, and will bind up that which was broken.” (Ezek. 34:16)