LDS Art Puzzles: Piecing Together Family Time
We live in a busy world. Many blessings come with that, but there are also many distractions. Even with more individuals working from home, it can be hard to carve out meaningful quality time with loved ones. There is a lot to compete with, from video games to social media and from schedules to hobbies. It’s no wonder lack of communication has become such a prevalent concern in modern society.
We would all do well to take time to slow down. And what better way to do that than with a puzzle?
A quiet activity like an artistic puzzle is entertaining without being overwhelming. It gives everyone a common goal, and there is nothing more satisfying than finally finding that certain piece you’ve been missing along the way.
For many families, doing a puzzle together opens the door for kids and teens to feel comfortable opening up to their parents--a vital opportunity since kids and teens face many confusing challenges. Puzzles provide a relaxed and approachable activity for families to share important conversations or to simply enjoy each other’s company.
Perfect For Come Follow Me Studies
With the Church’s new “Come Follow Me” curriculum, much of our religious study is now done from home. LDS art puzzles are the perfect addition to your family or individual study. They can give you time to reflect on what you read or provide kids with something to keep their hands busy.
Certain puzzles may match the theme of the week’s reading. Doing the puzzle together could invite a deeper discussion on different insights family members or friends gained from their studies.
Of course, not every instance has to be a teaching moment, nor does it need to lead to an in-depth discussion. Many times, just the act of sitting in the same room working on the same project can help build your relationship regardless of whether any words are spoken at all.
Inspiring LDS Artwork
At Altus Fine Art, we provide a platform for some of the most influential LDS artists, from Simon Dewey and Eva Timothy and Evan Lurker to Robert A. Boyd, to list only a small number. We love the stories of hope and messages of peace they tell through their paintings.
Having these stories in puzzle form allows for deeper focus. True art always comes with layers of meaning. LDS artwork puzzles give you and your loved ones a chance to focus on a favorite piece and to perhaps gain more insight from it than you would from a quick glance.
And the best part about puzzles is that you can do them over again. Unlike wall-hangings, you can rediscover LDS puzzles and the artwork they feature again and again as you dump out the pieces and gather everyone around. A favorite themed puzzle may even become a treasured family tradition!
Our artistic puzzle selection is always growing. Right now, it largely consists of beautiful paintings of Jesus Christ. We also have LDS Temple puzzles and some work by Jorge Cocco illustrating the Tree of Life. Choose your favorite and enjoy hours of relaxed, meaningful fun.
LDS Temple Puzzles
Artistic Jesus Puzzles
Jesus Christ With Children Puzzles
Book of Mormon Puzzles
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