Glenn unleashed his creative side over the weekend, painting cityscapes of New York City and San Francisco. One of his works, an original oil on canvas, will be sold to the highest bidder on Facebook, with proceeds going to the Nazarene Fund.
"We are trying to raise more money for the Nazarene Fund, and we've got millions that we need to raise. We've got a massive project of getting some people out of Iraq. We've moved 4,000 people out of harm's way in the last 18 months. It has really been a miraculous thing," Glenn said Monday on his radio program.
Glenn's original features the Chrysler Building in the fog of night. The blue-green canvas is dotted with lights of yellow, white and rose. More details are available on Glenn's Facebook page. The painting will be signed by Glenn and shipped to the highest bidder.
Bidding ends at midnight tonight, October 31, 2016. All proceeds go to the Nazarene Fund to help move Christians out of harm's way, as well as rebuild churches and schools burned down by ISIS.
Donations can also be made directly to the Nazarene Fund at mercuryone.org.
Featured Image: Glenn Beck original oil on canvas paintings: Chrysler building in the fog of night.