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A  note from the Founder of Art & SoulWorks…

Jesus said, “If you love me, feed my sheep.” This is the reason Art & SoulWorks exists. We love Jesus and have a mission to share “Prince of Peace” Akiane's portrait of Jesus and other pictures of Jesus Christ with everyone around the world.

Through divine appointment, we were directed to partner with Akiane and share her “Prince of Peace” painting with the world here at Art & SoulWorks. For over 10 years, Art & SoulWorks has been the trusted licensors of “Prince of Peace” and art by Akiane Kramarik.

For many, Akiane’s “Prince of Peace, the Resurrection of Jesus” painting is a powerful expression of Jesus and the love of God. Yet we realize that an original work of art is expensive. That’s why we make this extraordinary image of Jesus available in many ways: as canvas Giclée prints, wall hangings, and even as a complimentary download! In fact, Art & SoulWorks is the Trusted Source for dozens of gifts featuring “Prince of Peace” art by Akiane.

And the story deepens…

Todd Burpo was so excited to learn another child had been to heaven and saw Jesus that he called Akiane Kramarik’s family. I remember the day that Akiane’s father called me – he was just off the phone with Tod and had been amazed by the Colton Burpo story. He happily gave them permission to use the “Prince of Peace” image in Todd and Colton’s soon-to-be-published Heaven is for Real book.

 

If you’re not familiar with the Heaven is for Real story, here it is in a nutshell: In the weeks and months following his emergency appendectomy, 4-year-old Colton Burpo began revealing his experience of visiting Jesus in heaven!

Over the next few years, Colton’s father must have shown him a hundred pictures of Jesus so that he too could know Jesus’ face. In December 2006, Colton and his father Todd Burpo were watching CNN’s news story about child prodigy, Akiane Kramarik, including her mesmerizing images of Jesus. When Colton saw “Prince of Peace” in the news story, he identified this as the Real Face of Jesus, declaring: “Dad, that one’s right!”

Colton identified Akiane’s Jesus picture as the Real Face of Jesus. In fact, Akiane’s “Prince of Peace” is the ONLY portrait of Jesus that Colton has confirmed as the likeness of Jesus. Click to learn more about Colton Burpo’s near-death experience.

Eventually, Colton’s parents shared this story in the book Heaven is for Real, a New York Times #1 bestseller. People wanted more of the story – there was such a thirst to learn more about this little boy and his astounding experience. That’s why the book Heaven is for Real was turned into the Heaven is for Real movie in 2014.

 

Here at Art & SoulWorks, requests for Akiane’s “Prince of Peace” prints were overwhelming.

Once the Heaven is for Real book was published, people started calling to find out how to get a copy of the now-famous Akiane “Prince of Peace” picture of Jesus Christ. Demand for “Prince of Peace” Giclee prints in our online gallery has continued to skyrocket, thanks to the blockbuster Heaven is for Real movie.

Akiane painted “Prince of Peace,” often referred to as the Real Face of Jesus, and shared it with the world – and Colton substantiated it when he declared, “Dad, that one’s right!”

Now that there are 2 children with heavenly experiences who have answered the question “What does Jesus look like?” people around the world are eager to have pictures of Jesus in their homes – Jesus pictures are a constant reminder of His love and a visual witness to others about the reality of God and heaven. As Colton Burpo and Akiane Kramarik know, “Heaven is for real, and Jesus is the Prince of Peace!”

 

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