Dear Friends, It is my primary desire to shine a light into a deeper understanding of the love of God. By combining my multifaceted life experiences into one unified message, I have developed a series of lessons designed to appeal to a wide variety of people within your fellowship. Please take a moment and view an excerpt from one of my lessons. 

These workshops can be tailored to fit a variety of types of events. Please don't hesitate to call  so that I may speak with you personally to develop a plan that will work with your schedule and budget.

I look forward to sharing with you my passion for God thru the Arts!

God Bless You!

Jennifer Rundlett





Shining Stars

Session Four
Spiritual Heroes

David and 23rd Psalm

Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin

Hildegard of Bingen

Marting Luther King Jr.

St. Francis of Assisi 

and many more!

Tell Me the Story of Jesus

Session Two
What about Mary
How I Discovered Christmas
Luke's Celebration

Works by: Fra Angelico, Raphael, J.S. Bach, Bruckner, Rutter

The Masters

Session One

What is Art?
The Approach
The Mission
Works by: Michelangelo, Mozart, Handel and Beethoven

God thru the Arts  
Awakening the Christian Heart to His Power in the Arts

Jennifer Rundlett 240-675-0866

The Father's Love

Session Three
The Art of Meditation
Joseph the Man of Action
Matthew's Challenge
Works by: J.S. Bach, Ariel Ramirez, Caravaggio, Fra Filippo Lippi

Biographical Information

I am a unique blend of Christian, educator, musician, public speaker, writer and arts enthusiast. The following is a little about my story.

Jennifer Rundlett is a native of Southern California and is now currently living in Frederick Maryland were she teaches at the Community College and Mount Saint Mary's University. She has a special passion for classes that blend all of the arts: visual, music, dance and theater and has enjoyed sharing these throughout the community in an ecumenical outreach ministry that endeavors to connect our diverse Christian fellowships through mutual understanding of the fullness of Christ expressed in the arts. 

A graduate of California State University Northridge and Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins, Jennifer has also studied at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester England. During this time she has traveled to many of the great arts treasures experiencing them first hand.

She has developed her unique story telling style through varied forums such as pre-concert lecturer for the Baltimore Symphony and the Choral Arts Society of Frederick and also her participation in the Pepperdine University Bible Lectures in Malibu CA; the Tulsa Workshop; the David Lipscomb University's Summer Celebration/Acafest in Nashville TN and Rochester College Streaming where she was selected to present her talk: The Seven Last Words of Christ.

Her book: My Dancing Day: Reflections of the Incarnation in Art and Music is available online in traditional and ebook versions.

 Her new book The Joyful Sound: Reflections on the Life of Christ in Art and Music is now available on