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Margaret Brewer interviewed on UCB1

Margaret Brewer interviewed on UCB1

Author of The Father's Heart in Flowers chats about her recent book with Paul Hammond.

 The Father’s Heart in Flowers  is a beautifully illustrated guide through scripture, using flower arrangements to express biblical truth. Margaret Brewer had the opportunity to share about her passion for creating artistic flower arrangements, inspired by her faith. She chatted with Paul Hammond about her recent book, and why she decided to write it. 

Margaret reflected on the experience with us, ‘Paul Hammond was so kind and easy to talk to so I did enjoy the experience. He said some great things about the book and Onwards and Upwards, So hopefully some of the people listening will be inspired to buy the book and to use flower arranging as a way to talk to people about our Lord. Which is why we all do what we do.’

 A huge thank you to Paul Hammond and the team at UCB1!

 

…hopefully some of the people listening will be inspired to buy the book and to use flower arranging as a way to talk to people about our Lord.

About the Book

A BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED GUIDE THROUGH SCRIPTURE, USING FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS TO EXPRESS BIBLICAL TRUTH.

In The Father’s Heart in Flowers, Margaret Brewer discusses her passion for flowers and how she uses them to share her faith in God. The collection of delightful paintings and reflections offers an insight into the art of flower arranging and how it can be used to express the gospel. 

The devotional-style book guides us through the scriptures. Each commentary is accompanied by a beautiful illustration of a flower arrangement, offering a fresh perspective on biblical stories and principles. 

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