Bob Jones Webcasting "Living Gallery"

Program on Easter Sunday

Matthew Causey
April 09, 2020 - 4:57 pm

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Press Release from Bob Jones University:

Bob Jones University, with the cancellation of this year’s program, will webcast the 2015 Living Gallery: Rivals on the Road April 10 - 12 at no charge. An upstate Easter tradition, the program will be available on Facebook starting at 7 p.m. Friday until midnight on Sunday.

The presentation focuses on how God called out to the “lowest” of society, such as Zacchaeus the tax collector, to walk the straight and narrow as well as those who were blatant enemies of the cross such as Saul, later known as Paul, author of many books in the New Testament.

The program highlights a sculpture titled “Damascus Road” which tells the story of Saul’s conversion. The “Damascus Road” sculpture was designed by local sculptor Doug Young, who is also well known for several other sculptures including “Shoeless Joe Jackson” in downtown Greenville; “Gethsemane” on the campus of North Greenville University; “The Patriot” at J.L. Mann Academy; “Della Gillette” in Gatlinburg, Tennessee; and the “Creche” for Bob Jones University’s Christmas display. His most recent work “Water Blessing” is located at Prospect Green at the Greenville Water System.

For over 20 years, BJU’s Living Gallery has proclaimed the Gospel through a unique program that combines original drama, special choral and orchestral arrangements, and breathtaking live portrayals of classic works of art to celebrate the story of Christ’s birth or resurrection.

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