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The Gethesemane Cross

There are times in our lives when we need to sit in the quiet and literally hold on to the Cross.  This is a cross for times of trouble and challenge. It is a cross to keep with you during challenging times, tucked in a pocket or bag, close at hand. It’s a cross to hold and to touch, a cross for carrying, for bearing. It is a beautiful cross, with its delicate play of colors, but there is so much more.

As your fingers wander the planes of the cross, you’ll feel slight hills and valleys, dips and scuffs. You might notice scrapes and small gouges in the clay. These are no mistake. As Deborah considered the experience of the cross, she realized that the near-mechanical perfection she had been striving to achieve was utterly inappropriate.

For crosses are about struggle. Crosses are about hardship, about calling to a God who seems to be deaf. Crosses are about our personal desert crossing, our own time in the wilderness, wondering how to get through the challenge. 

The Gethsemane Cross was made to be a help to you during trials and struggles, to carry with you when you need strength and courage. Like the larger Devotional Cross, the Meditation Cross, the Gethsemane cross is beautiful and its power will support and comfort you in your time of trouble, when you sit with it, letting your fingers explore its mounds and dips, letting your spirit come to new understanding of the cross, of Christ in his hour of struggle. 

Deborah says: "There are so many times in my life I needed this cross, times I had to sit quietly when I was so worried I was about to jump out of my skin. Waiting for test results, sitting with a loved one who was seriously ill, smiling at a funeral visitation when I wanted to scream...there are so many hard times in life.  Whatever the struggle you face, this small cross was created to help you get through it, to find the peace that passes understanding, to find the secret place where you are ever protected by the Most High."

Every cross is as unique as each heart God created, so while you may choose the colors of your cross, those colors will blend and combine in an impossible-to-duplicate pattern. Your cross will come with a reflection to help you get the most from it, and a prayer for strength during your times of struggle. The Gethsemane Cross created with the prayerful intent that you may find that you face all your struggles in the certainty that you are not carrying your cross alone.


This cross is a powerful gift for those who are feeling helpless in the face of bad news, those who are grieving, those who are in hospital, those who are feeling alone.  It can also be a tool for a meditation group or prayer circle.

 Each cross retails for $25, but with a minimum order of 5, the crosses can be purchased for $15 each.  

Payment Options 

Email us at [email protected] or call us at 
905-468-9502 to discuss the details for your school, church or organization. 

We understand that many schools operate on purchase order systems.  We'll send you an invoice after receiving your order by phone or email, so you can requisition a cheque.  We are happy to work with you.

As we are a small business, we prefer that payments are made at the time of placing the order if possible.  We can accept VISA or Mastercard over the phone.  In Canada, email money orders are accepted. You can also use a credit card and pay online at Paypal.

There is an additional fee for shipping. Taxes are covered and everything is in Canadian dollars.

 

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Five Gethsemane Crosses $75
Colour of Cross
desired colour and quantity


Please allow at least 10 days for delivery, depending on the speed of the postal services.  We can expedite orders if you need them in a hurry. :) 

 

Deborah says: "There are so many times in my life I needed this cross, times I had to sit quietly when I was so worried I was about to jump out of my skin. Waiting for test results, sitting with a loved one who was seriously ill, smiling at a funeral visitation when I wanted to scream...there are so many hard times in life.  Whatever the struggle you face, this small cross was created to help you get through it, to find the peace that passes understanding, to find the secret place where you are ever protected by the Most High."There are times in our lives when we need to sit in the quiet and literally hold on to the Cross.  This is a cross for times of trouble and challenge. It is a cross to keep with you during challenging times, tucked in a pocket or bag, close at hand. It’s a cross to hold and to touch, a cross for carrying, for bearing. It is a beautiful cross, with its delicate play of colors, but there is so much more.

As your fingers wander the planes of the cross, you’ll feel slight hills and valleys, dips and scuffs. You might notice scrapes and small gouges in the clay. These are no mistake. As Deborah considered the experience of the cross, she realized that the near-mechanical perfection she had been striving to achieve was utterly inappropriate.

For crosses are about struggle. Crosses are about hardship, about calling to a God who seems to be deaf. Crosses are about our personal desert crossing, our own time in the wilderness, wondering how to get through the challenge. 

The Gethsemane Cross was made to be a help to you during trials and struggles, to carry with you when you need strength and courage. Like the larger Devotional Cross, the Meditation Cross, the Gethsemane cross is beautiful and its power will support and comfort you in your time of trouble, when you sit with it, letting your fingers explore its mounds and dips, letting your spirit come to new understanding of the cross, of Christ in his hour of struggle. 

Deborah says: "There are so many times in my life I needed this cross, times I had to sit quietly when I was so worried I was about to jump out of my skin. Waiting for test results, sitting with a loved one who was seriously ill, smiling at a funeral visitation when I wanted to scream...there are so many hard times in life.  Whatever the struggle you face, this small cross was created to help you get through it, to find the peace that passes understanding, to find the secret place where you are ever protected by the Most High."
There are times in our lives when we need to sit in the quiet and literally hold on to the Cross.  This is a cross for times of trouble and challenge. It is a cross to keep with you during challenging times, tucked in a pocket or bag, close at hand. It’s a cross to hold and to touch, a cross for carrying, for bearing. It is a beautiful cross, with its delicate play of colors, but there is so much more.

As your fingers wander the planes of the cross, you’ll feel slight hills and valleys, dips and scuffs. You might notice scrapes and small gouges in the clay. These are no mistake. As Deborah considered the experience of the cross, she realized that the near-mechanical perfection she had been striving to achieve was utterly inappropriate.

For crosses are about struggle. Crosses are about hardship, about calling to a God who seems to be deaf. Crosses are about our personal desert crossing, our own time in the wilderness, wondering how to get through the challenge. 

The Gethsemane Cross was made to be a help to you during trials and struggles, to carry with you when you need strength and courage. Like the larger Devotional Cross, the Meditation Cross, the Gethsemane cross is beautiful and its power will support and comfort you in your time of trouble, when you sit with it, letting your fingers explore its mounds and dips, letting your spirit come to new understanding of the cross, of Christ in his hour of struggle. 

Deborah says: "There are so many times in my life I needed this cross, times I had to sit quietly when I was so worried I was about to jump out of my skin. Waiting for test results, sitting with a loved one who was seriously ill, smiling at a funeral visitation when I wanted to scream...there are so many hard times in life.  Whatever the struggle you face, this small cross was created to help you get through it, to find the peace that passes understanding, to find the secret place where you are ever protected by the Most High."
There are times in our lives when we need to sit in the quiet and literally hold on to the Cross.  This is a cross for times of trouble and challenge. It is a cross to keep with you during challenging times, tucked in a pocket or bag, close at hand. It’s a cross to hold and to touch, a cross for carrying, for bearing. It is a beautiful cross, with its delicate play of colors, but there is so much more.

As your fingers wander the planes of the cross, you’ll feel slight hills and valleys, dips and scuffs. You might notice scrapes and small gouges in the clay. These are no mistake. As Deborah considered the experience of the cross, she realized that the near-mechanical perfection she had been striving to achieve was utterly inappropriate.

For crosses are about struggle. Crosses are about hardship, about calling to a God who seems to be deaf. Crosses are about our personal desert crossing, our own time in the wilderness, wondering how to get through the challenge. 

The Gethsemane Cross was made to be a help to you during trials and struggles, to carry with you when you need strength and courage. Like the larger Devotional Cross, the Meditation Cross, the Gethsemane cross is beautiful and its power will support and comfort you in your time of trouble, when you sit with it, letting your fingers explore its mounds and dips, letting your spirit come to new understanding of the cross, of Christ in his hour of struggle. 

Deborah says: "There are so many times in my life I needed this cross, times I had to sit quietly when I was so worried I was about to jump out of my skin. Waiting for test results, sitting with a loved one who was seriously ill, smiling at a funeral visitation when I wanted to scream...there are so many hard times in life.  Whatever the struggle you face, this small cross was created to help you get through it, to find the peace that passes understanding, to find the secret place where you are ever protected by the Most High."
There are times in our lives when we need to sit in the quiet and literally hold on to the Cross.  This is a cross for times of trouble and challenge. It is a cross to keep with you during challenging times, tucked in a pocket or bag, close at hand. It’s a cross to hold and to touch, a cross for carrying, for bearing. It is a beautiful cross, with its delicate play of colors, but there is so much more.

As your fingers wander the planes of the cross, you’ll feel slight hills and valleys, dips and scuffs. You might notice scrapes and small gouges in the clay. These are no mistake. As Deborah considered the experience of the cross, she realized that the near-mechanical perfection she had been striving to achieve was utterly inappropriate.

For crosses are about struggle. Crosses are about hardship, about calling to a God who seems to be deaf. Crosses are about our personal desert crossing, our own time in the wilderness, wondering how to get through the challenge. 

The Gethsemane Cross was made to be a help to you during trials and struggles, to carry with you when you need strength and courage. Like the larger Devotional Cross, the Meditation Cross, the Gethsemane cross is beautiful and its power will support and comfort you in your time of trouble, when you sit with it, letting your fingers explore its mounds and dips, letting your spirit come to new understanding of the cross, of Christ in his hour of struggle. 

Deborah says: "There are so many times in my life I needed this cross, times I had to sit quietly when I was so worried I was about to jump out of my skin. Waiting for test results, sitting with a loved one who was seriously ill, smiling at a funeral visitation when I wanted to scream...there are so many hard times in life.  Whatever the struggle you face, this small cross was created to help you get through it, to find the peace that passes understanding, to find the secret place where you are ever protected by the Most High."
There are times in our lives when we need to sit in the quiet and literally hold on to the Cross.  This is a cross for times of trouble and challenge. It is a cross to keep with you during challenging times, tucked in a pocket or bag, close at hand. It’s a cross to hold and to touch, a cross for carrying, for bearing. It is a beautiful cross, with its delicate play of colors, but there is so much more.

As your fingers wander the planes of the cross, you’ll feel slight hills and valleys, dips and scuffs. You might notice scrapes and small gouges in the clay. These are no mistake. As Deborah considered the experience of the cross, she realized that the near-mechanical perfection she had been striving to achieve was utterly inappropriate.

For crosses are about struggle. Crosses are about hardship, about calling to a God who seems to be deaf. Crosses are about our personal desert crossing, our own time in the wilderness, wondering how to get through the challenge. 

The Gethsemane Cross was made to be a help to you during trials and struggles, to carry with you when you need strength and courage. Like the larger Devotional Cross, the Meditation Cross, the Gethsemane cross is beautiful and its power will support and comfort you in your time of trouble, when you sit with it, letting your fingers explore its mounds and dips, letting your spirit come to new understanding of the cross, of Christ in his hour of struggle. 

Deborah says: "There are so many times in my life I needed this cross, times I had to sit quietly when I was so worried I was about to jump out of my skin. Waiting for test results, sitting with a loved one who was seriously ill, smiling at a funeral visitation when I wanted to scream...there are so many hard times in life.  Whatever the struggle you face, this small cross was created to help you get through it, to find the peace that passes understanding, to find the secret place where you are ever protected by the Most High."
There are times in our lives when we need to sit in the quiet and literally hold on to the Cross.  This is a cross for times of trouble and challenge. It is a cross to keep with you during challenging times, tucked in a pocket or bag, close at hand. It’s a cross to hold and to touch, a cross for carrying, for bearing. It is a beautiful cross, with its delicate play of colors, but there is so much more.

As your fingers wander the planes of the cross, you’ll feel slight hills and valleys, dips and scuffs. You might notice scrapes and small gouges in the clay. These are no mistake. As Deborah considered the experience of the cross, she realized that the near-mechanical perfection she had been striving to achieve was utterly inappropriate.

For crosses are about struggle. Crosses are about hardship, about calling to a God who seems to be deaf. Crosses are about our personal desert crossing, our own time in the wilderness, wondering how to get through the challenge. 

The Gethsemane Cross was made to be a help to you during trials and struggles, to carry with you when you need strength and courage. Like the larger Devotional Cross, the Meditation Cross, the Gethsemane cross is beautiful and its power will support and comfort you in your time of trouble, when you sit with it, letting your fingers explore its mounds and dips, letting your spirit come to new understanding of the cross, of Christ in his hour of struggle. 

Deborah says: "There are so many times in my life I needed this cross, times I had to sit quietly when I was so worried I was about to jump out of my skin. Waiting for test results, sitting with a loved one who was seriously ill, smiling at a funeral visitation when I wanted to scream...there are so many hard times in life.  Whatever the struggle you face, this small cross was created to help you get through it, to find the peace that passes understanding, to find the secret place where you are ever protected by the Most High."
There are times in our lives when we need to sit in the quiet and literally hold on to the Cross.  This is a cross for times of trouble and challenge. It is a cross to keep with you during challenging times, tucked in a pocket or bag, close at hand. It’s a cross to hold and to touch, a cross for carrying, for bearing. It is a beautiful cross, with its delicate play of colors, but there is so much more.

As your fingers wander the planes of the cross, you’ll feel slight hills and valleys, dips and scuffs. You might notice scrapes and small gouges in the clay. These are no mistake. As Deborah considered the experience of the cross, she realized that the near-mechanical perfection she had been striving to achieve was utterly inappropriate.

For crosses are about struggle. Crosses are about hardship, about calling to a God who seems to be deaf. Crosses are about our personal desert crossing, our own time in the wilderness, wondering how to get through the challenge. 

The Gethsemane Cross was made to be a help to you during trials and struggles, to carry with you when you need strength and courage. Like the larger Devotional Cross, the Meditation Cross, the Gethsemane cross is beautiful and its power will support and comfort you in your time of trouble, when you sit with it, letting your fingers explore its mounds and dips, letting your spirit come to new understanding of the cross, of Christ in his hour of struggle. 

Deborah says: "There are so many times in my life I needed this cross, times I had to sit quietly when I was so worried I was about to jump out of my skin. Waiting for test results, sitting with a loved one who was seriously ill, smiling at a funeral visitation when I wanted to scream...there are so many hard times in life.  Whatever the struggle you face, this small cross was created to help you get through it, to find the peace that passes understanding, to find the secret place where you are ever protected by the Most High."