"Divine Servant" ®

So He got up from the meal, took off his outer clothing, and wrapped a towel around His waist.
After that, He poured water into a basin and began to wash His disciples’ feet, drying them with the
towel that was wrapped around Him.

John 13:4-5

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The entire creation process of the Max Greiner’s first monumental bronze sculpture, “Divine Servant”® is pictured here, along with the amazing story of how God called him to create this artwork.   Many people consider this sculpture an artistic masterpiece.  God has used the poignant art, first created in 1989, to remind the “Body of Christ” of the importance of serving God, by serving others.   It was a message the Holy Spirit wanted to Max to communicate visually, to this generation.

In the entire history of art and religion, with literally hundreds of thousands of images of Jesus, very few artists ever tried to depict Christ as He washed the feet of the disciples.  Max was the first artist to create a life-size, realistic sculpture of the composition. Today, Greiner’s “Divine Servant”® composition, based on the John 13, is recognized around the world.  It has come to symbolize Christian servanthood, which Jesus calls all of His followers to embrace.

Owners of “Divine Servant” sculptures, in one size or another, include famous and not so famous servants of the Lord, including President and Mrs. George W. Bush, the late Pope John Paul, Dr. Billy Graham, Dr. and Mrs. James Dobson and Dr. Rick Warren, to name a few.  Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been raised for worthy ministries and charities using this anointed artwork.  God has also used the composition to bring many to salvation in Jesus Christ, when the Holy Spirit used the art to explain Christ’s amazing love to someone.

Now, take a virtual tour through the one-year process.  Observe the Artist, his wife Sherry, and friend Jim Beard wash feet to understand the Scripture. See the small 1/6 Life-size "maquette." Watch the (105%) life-size sculpture take form in wax, at the Greiner Studio in Kerrville, with the help of artist assistant Jose D. Mendoza.  Watch the delicate wax transformed into a beautiful, durable bronze sculpture at Eagle Bronze, in Lander, WY.  Then, enjoy photographs of the finished sculpture, from various angles and different locations.  Non-profit 501(c)3 ministries are welcomed to use these images at no cost, for their literature, presentations and websites, if they will abide by the Artist's 'Terms of Use," click on the link below to read Greiners "Image Use Program."

Max freely admits this sculpture is better than he could create.  The Holy Spirit of God anointed him and guided his hands during the entire creation process, he believes.


Click here for information on our Image Use Program, which allows the free use of Max’s art images and photographs by ministries and charities, for their publications, websites and presentations.

Click here for information on our Gift Program, which allows qualified 501(c)3 ministries and charities to purchase Greiner artwork at reduced prices, for the purpose of raising funds, thanking donors, honoring servants of the Lord, or to simply bless others.

Click here for information on our Gospel Funding Program, which allows qualified 501(c)3 ministries and charities to receive monthly donations from Max Greiner, Jr. Designs.

 

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