Live Art With A Message Presented At Jim Allen, Molino Park, Ernest Ward

February 11, 2017

Be an awesome school, using words that build people up..that was the message that artist and inspirational speaker Tim Bertram presented Friday morning at Jim Allen Elementary School as he combined his message with a live painting of Honest Abe Lincoln.

Later at Molino Park Elementary School, Bertram created another live painting while teaching the students about the power of words and delivering an anti-bulling message.

And Friday afternoon, Bertram created live Einstein painting before the 500 students at Ernest Ward Middle School  while talking about potential.

Each school was able to keep their completed painting as a reminder of the positive message.

For a photo gallery from all three schools, click here.

Bertram will take his inspirational message to a higher level this weekend at Highland Baptist Church in Molino as he communicates the truth found in the Scripture wile challenging the audience to go deeper in their relationship with Christ.

He will be guest speaker at Wild Game Dinner and Fish Fry at 5:00 (doors open at 4:30) at Highland.  The meal is free with a suggested donation of $5 at the door. The meal will include a variety of venison dishes (spaghetti, back strap, sausage), fried fish, baked beans, fried fish, baked beans, cole slaw, dessert, coffee, tea and water.

Bertram will also be guest speaker during a Men’s Breakfast at 7 a.m. Sunday and during the morning service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday at Highland Baptist, 6240 Highway 95A North in Molino. For more information, call (850) 587-5174.

For a photo gallery from all three schools, click here.

Photos for, click to enlarge.


One Response to “Live Art With A Message Presented At Jim Allen, Molino Park, Ernest Ward”

  1. Honest John on February 12th, 2017 6:40 am

    I got to see Tim Bertram at Highland Baptist Church Sat.night bringing Glory To God.He will be back Sunday morning also.Hope you get to see him.

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