Welcome, King of the Nations!
“Kiss the Son!” (Psalm 2:12)
In the Polynesian culture, people greet each other with a hongi— by placing the forehead and nose against another person’s forehead and nose. Hongi’s literal meaning is the sharing of breath. Therefore, when you touch noses, it is to honor the Creator who gave life and to acknowledge each other for the life that is gifted by Him.
When a foreigner visits the land, being greeted with a hongi not only shows a welcome, but also means that he or she is no longer a visitor and has been entrusted with a responsibility to cherish and protect the land.
In 2016, a ministry experience in India opened the heart of Sherri and led her onto a journey of creative worship. Through her hand-drawn art, God’s precious Word leaps out of her Bible pages and becomes nourishing streams of living water.
Kiss the Son, a beautiful meditation and artwork on the Word of God, helps the readers to follow God with a more focused and purer mind. May you, the Bride of Christ, greet our beloved Jesus daily with a hongi—to exchange breath, to share life, to become one with the One, and to embrace His Kingdom.
1.A full-color illustrated book
2.A hand-drawn spiritual journal with 56 Scripture passages and God’s revelations
3.Attached with step-by-step practices leading you into meditations on God’s Word through art
4.Perfect for gifting or personal growth