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Stand inside the 7' center chamber of the 77'7" tall, $2,000,000 Resurrection cross located on the 1930' mountain in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. "The Empty Cross" has been described as the most scripturally symbolic cross ever created...more
Allow time to stroll, read, reflect, pray, and open your heart. Especially spend time alone inside the giant cross. There is definitely a powerful spirit in that space. Find an available prayer rock and add your own prayer(s) to the many already around. Also noted...More
Since we were vacationing in Texas we decided to spend time at the prayer garden and were not disappointed. The cross is an awesome sight that can be seen from the interstate. When we arrived we were greeted by a person who welcomed us and...More
This is a beautiful place for reflection and prayer. The sculptures, bible verses, prayer rocks, and stunning views provide comfort and peace. It is a lovely place to visit and renew your relationship with Christ! WELL worth the visit.
This is a very solemn place - lovely sculptures and I consider it a wonderful place to sit and reflect on your life. It honors pretty much all faiths and the view is amazing. It is open to the public and stays open until midnight...More
We go there several times a year. The empty cross signifies the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The color red signifies the Blood of Christ and a reminder that our sins are forgiven. A true child of God will know these things. It is peaceful here...More
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The Sculpture Garden in the the NW corner of the intersection of I-10 and Hwy 16. It can be a little tricky to get there...but follow the signs. It is a west turn different than the access rode that takes you in front of... More
The Sculpture Garden in the the NW corner of the intersection of I-10 and Hwy 16. It can be a little tricky to get there...but follow the signs. It is a west turn different than the access rode that takes you in front of the Cecil Atikssion car dealership and to the entrance of the Garden.