At a time when many couldn’t read, art was used as the basis for an understanding of God. Masterstroke explores the stories behind both the paintings and the artists.
In this program we explore the value God sees in you and how much He paid so you can be with Him.
In this Masterstroke program, we see a painting that shows the start of a movement that changed the face of the Christian world.
Have you ever heard of the “Egg dance?” What is it and what did it represent? In this Masterstroke program, we see what lessons can we learn from this bizarre painting.
In this program we explore the life of Vincent Van Gogh and look at why it’s important to have Jesus in the centre of your life.
Who is the man crucifying Jesus and lifting up the cross? In this Masterstroke program, we learn that the key question is reflected in the song, “Were you there when they crucified my Lord?”
Lot had plenty going for him. He was one of the true “survivors”. But everything changed when he took hold of a certain drink. This painting helps all of us learn the painful lesson from Lot.
In this program we explore why Van Gogh may have had the Bible in his painting open at Isaiah 53. A chapter which helped Vincent see a God who understood him.
How would you feel if you denied you knew Jesus? In this program we show how Caravaggio uses light and dark to highlight the face of Peter.
How would you like to go to the dentist and discover he is also the local barber? In this program we delve into how short-term pain can bring long-term joy.
Why do bad things happen to good people? Is there really a devil? Or is Satan just a myth? John Millais paints a clear and graphic picture of the underlying reasons behind why life seems so unfair
Why did Rembrandt paint the face of Stephen as the same face as Saul? In this program we talk about Rembrandt’s first painting and the lessons for anyone who has been falsely and cruelly judged by other people.
In this program we explore the wonderful news that we can never save ourselves by our own efforts.
This painting shows two cheeky children teasing a cat with a snapping crayfish. Another painting portrays a young girl pulling the cats tail.