. . . like in Cuero, famous as a once-upon-a-time gathering point for cattle drives along the old Chisholm Trail and later famous for Turkey trots, which are like cattle drives but over much shorter distances, then you might want to attend a Shroud of Turin presentation at the First Baptist Church. According to the Cuero Record:
Everyone is invited to attend Dr. Glenn Robertson’s presentation on the Shroud of Turin. The presentation will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 6 at the First Baptist Church Sanctuary.
Since 1992, Robertson has studied books and research papers on the Shroud of Turin. He will share a summary of the history and research on the shroud, as well as his insights for understanding the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Robertson will also reveal his digital painting, “It is Finished.” Robertson he made the painting for Holy Week observance and incorporated information from the shroud into the painting.
“Do not expect something pretty with the painting. There is nothing pretty in the crucifixion. Yet, in this painting lies a message for the world,” Robertson said.
We are talking about no more than a one and a half hour drive out of San Antonio along the old Indianola Trail, which is now a paved road. Cuero is, after all,a the turkey capital of the world.
Here is a link to the church’s Facebook page. I hope Glenn Robertson displays his painting on the web.
The painting would be interesting to see.
What did they call the cowboys after the town switched from beef to turkey?
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