MICAH offers ministries for body, mind and spirit including contemplative and silent prayer, meditation, spirituality, spiritual direction, and retreat center.  The Family Practice and Integrative Medicine Center also offers holistic health and healing services including integrative, complimentary, alternative, and natural medicine, replacement therapy, natural healing, natural menopause, bio-identical hormones, and replacement therapy.

Commissioned Art by Trey

Add a unique and creative touch to your next meeting, retreat, conference, or devotional time. For questions, quotes, and to talk about your artwork ideas, contact Trey at trey.crxpres@midconetwork.com.

Commissioned Artwork

Trey has done a variety of commissioned artwork for groups, organizations, churches, and individuals.

"When the Flower Opens" - Private Commission

"Embrace Change" - Church Commission

“Surrender" - Church Commission

"I Am the Light of the World"

Untitled - Private Commission

Image for children's book

Image for children's book

Image for children's book

Image for children's book

Image for children's book

Image for children's book

Image for children's book

"Waking Up 1" - Organization Commission

"Holy Animals"

"Waking Up 2" - Organization Commission

"Anne Frank" - Crookston High School Commission

Sexual Assault Awareness - University of Minnesota Crookston Commission

Sexual Assault Awareness - University of Minnesota Crookston Commission

Sexual Assault Awareness - University of Minnesota Crookston Commission

"Mouse Bully"

"Earth Day" - University of Minnesota Crookston Natural Resources Commission

"Old Three Eyes Says ‘Vote The Environment’"

"Wandering Vine"

 


Live Graphic Recordings

 


Tailored Drawings to Enhance Your Events

From Trey:
A friend of mine recently asked if I would draw some images to go along with each day's theme of his church camp. He gave me the ideas and scripture verses and then I drew the following pictures. Each morning the campers will be given the day's picture to look at, contemplate, and discuss. Here's what my friend wrote,

"The morning devotions will introduce each image and so they have it in their minds throughout the day and we can key on it with the things we do. We will do some interactive worship elements that work with that imagery and probably some stage setting for the evening session. The evening speaker will probably mention the imagery but will talk more about the person. The arts kids will be encouraged to use that imagery in their art that day, possibly setting up worship elements or stage setting."