Grand Rapids, Mich. (PRWEB) October 21, 2009
Hip Halo™ A Modern Twist of Faith™: Stephanie Milanowski, Designer and Assistant Professor of Art & Design at Hope College in Holland, Michigan has created a tsunami size splash in the world of prayer with her new online shop http://www.hiphalo.com
For over a year, Milanowski, has given women entrepreneurs and business owners the only gift she could give--free design and idea services. Helping woman create a better way of life and increase their revenues.
"Seems that so many people have lost their jobs, lost their homes, lost everything--with no where to go and little hope of finding new work--it's a helpless feeling. People and families are drifting apart just to stay afloat. I want to help."
Ever since Milanowski can remember, she has known no limits to what one person can do to change one mind, one street, one community or our world. "Nothing is impossible if you are working in the light of God and for the good of all." Milanowski smiles. "We're never helpless, we just need a way to remember."
"I'll never forget it! One night last Fall, while I was saying goodnight to my 9 year old daughter, she handed me a small piece of paper and asked, "Can you help me and write down the name of Dad's company so I remember to pray for them? Could'ya draw a border around it too?". And that's when the idea hit me, "to design a collection of prayer cards with a modern twist--so people could remember to pray for their friends who lost their jobs or for their dad's employer..."
"Hip Halo can help a child--and anyone, really--make prayer more personal, intentional and satisfying. A wonderful way to help our children avoid the dreadful adult habit of saying "I'll pray for you" and then forgetting all about the person and their need. This is an important idea."--V. Gulker
For additional information on "hip halo™" contact Stephanie Milanowski at (616) 304-1646.
Stephanie Milanowski is a native of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Stephanie attended the Rhode Island School of Design on a full scholarship and in 1990 earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic design. In Summer of 1994 Stephanie was 1 of 15 students worldwide admitted to the Yale University School of Art Summer Program in Brissago, Switzerland, where she studied with art and design luminaries including Paul Rand, Mario Botta, Pierre Mendell and Armin and Dorothea Hofmann. In 1995 Stephanie earned a master's in fine arts from the University of Michigan. She also was recipient of a graduate studies fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Stephanie is an Assistant Professor of Art & Design at Hope College in Holland, Michigan.
Contact: Stephanie Milanowski, US/Tele (616) 304-1646