A Look at Kerrville’s Highway Art Turned Prayer Stop

September 2, 2014

As you travel Interstate-10 in Kerrville, you can’t miss it—‘it’ being a cross rising 77 feet above the Hill Country

Artist Max Greiner Jr. says the cross is a metaphor for the light of the world. The narrow gate and even the cross' color testifies of Jesus.

 

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