"I AM the Resurrection and the Life" and the Restorer of Life and Families

The key to family restoration begins with a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. He restores life, and He restores families. These modern miracles are only possible because he has had victory over sin and death with His Resurrection, which many around the globe celebrate as Easter.

You can experience this new hope and restoration in your own life, and in your own family. Simply click on the page link above for "Spiritual Laws" here at Family Restoration, and learn how to being that personal relationship with God that can restore your life and your family.

Be encouraged in your personal faith in Christ, and watch as an incredible painting of the Resurrection is done right before your eyes in about four minutes at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yABivU-AKQ. Additionally, Regent University and the Christian Broadcasting Network are together sponsoring a special Resurrection exhibit at Norfolk, Virginia’s famed Chrysler Museum, by James Tissot, French painter, called “The life of Christ.”

This Easter be reminded that the Victor of life and death can restore your family.
Please enjoy this special thank you for being a valuable part of the Regent University community:
Complimentary entry to view one of the most artful, dramatic and influential visualizations of the early Christian story ever created, James Tissot: The Life of Christ—now on display at the Chrysler Museum.
The Life of Christ includes more than 120 watercolor paintings that depict the life of Christ from His birth through His resurrection. On display through June 5, the collection was produced by French artist James Tissot as illustrations for his publication of the New Testament, also called the Tissot Bible.
We know you will appreciate the significance of this opportunity that is sure to enrich your Easter season. Plan your visit today!
About James Tissot: The Life of Christ
James Tissot was a leading French society painter who shifted his artistic focus after experiencing a spiritual transformation. In 1885 he undertook a comprehensive series of paintings illustrating Jesus' life, travelling throughout the Holy Land in a quest for historical accuracy. His images shaped popular conceptions about Christ and His life, and 19th century newspapers reported that his exhibition sparked religious revivals and that some visitors toured early exhibitions weeping and on their knees, as if on a pilgrimage. After a tour of America in 1900, the entire set of Tissot's original paintings was acquired by the Brooklyn Museum. The Life of Christ displays more than 120 of the artist's best watercolor illustrations: an exhibition of compelling power, miraculous detail and riveting narrative. 
When: Now through June 5, 2011
Where: The Chrysler Museum, 245 West Olney Road, Norfolk, Virginia
Museum Hours:
Wed. 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Thurs. - Sat. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sun. Noon – 5 p.m.
Free of Charge (with Regent or CBN I.D.)
Sponsored in part by Regent University and The Christian Broadcasting Network, this special opportunity is extended to Regent students, faculty, staff and alumni at no cost. Entry for other guests age 12 or older is $5.
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