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Sunday Morning

Keith Conner
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Sunday Morning is a calendar produced every year to pay tribute to the Women of the Church.

Those strong women of faith that inspire, educate, love, discipline and serve as the backbone of our Christian communities. Virtuous women who somehow find a way to do it all while looking fabulous. These sisters of the spirit are truly blessed and highly favored.

Our 2021 Sunday Morning Calendar honors them.

Each month it features an African American woman of faith wearing her Crown (Church Hat) and shines a sermonic spotlight on an empowering biblical scripture.

Perfect for any Christian's home, office or church. Measures 12x12 inches.

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Description

Sunday Morning is a calendar produced every year to pay tribute to the Women of the Church.

Those strong women of faith that inspire, educate, love, discipline and serve as the backbone of our Christian communities. Virtuous women who somehow find a way to do it all while looking fabulous. These sisters of the spirit are truly blessed and highly favored.

Our 2021 Sunday Morning Calendar honors them.

Each month it features an African American woman of faith wearing her Crown (Church Hat) and shines a sermonic spotlight on an empowering biblical scripture.

Perfect for any Christian's home, office or church. Measures 12x12 inches.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 12 inches
Length 12 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU WC197
UPC 796038239290
Year Released 2020
Keith Conner
I started Painting for my own personal enjoyment and to make a positive contribution to African Americans and to society as a whole by creating art that is inspirational & sensational. My art is designed to make you feel a sense of pride as it has historical and or cultural significance. I like to create art of people and images to inspire individuals that they can overcome obstacles to became successful against the odds. I love art and have been an artist my whole life. I believe art has given culture to the world. I take great pride in being included in the process of telling humanities story and progress in a positive way using color & imagination.”
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