"God has always used artist and craftsmen," explains Ramsey, "from the very beginning before anything happens, God created."
According to Ramsey, her newest creation "is all about Jesus."
"We are his deepest desire," says Ramsey, as she explains the message behind Project 7 Billion, which aims to get a copy of the Lion of Judah into the hands of every person on Earth.
"The image of the Lion of Judah represents Jesus," explains Ramsey, "the project itself begins with sending the image to each country, a ministry in each country around the world."
It's a tall order, but Ramsey is confident and unwavering in her goal.
Already the painting has made it's way into dozens of countries, all with different languages and cultures. KTAB's Chief Forecaster Sam Nichols recently took a copy of Ramsey's painting to the Bahama's during his annual basketball camp, "Basketball Smiles."
"He goes representing Jesus," says Ramsey, "and you can see the smiles on the faces as they received it."
According to Ramsey, the very first copy of the "Lion of Judah" was given to a female principle in northern Uganda who is working with nearly 1,500 students.
No matter where the painting goes, Ramsey says the message and meaning is universal. And while some may have mixed feelings toward who Jesus is, art has the ability to soften hearts where words may be too much.
"It goes places and is accepted places," explains Ramsey, "and hearts are opened, by the colors and the image, to receive the Good News of the Gospel."
Project 7 Billion will go live online July 27th. For information on how you can join the movement, visit the Team Mighty Facebook page.
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