“Pictures, images, and other symbolical representations speak to the imagination. The mighty fortress of the human heart silently withstands the assaults by the rifled cannons of reason, but readily falls before the magic power of mystery.” – Frederick Douglass Continue reading Frederick Douglass on Reaching People through Imagination
I hope this excerpt from Makoto Fujimura’s 2011 commencement address whets your appetite to read or watch the entire speech. Continue reading Makoto Fujimura’s Best Commencement Speech
Devotional: Lord, help us reflect you to a world that desperately needs to see more of You and less of me. Continue reading Reflecting Christ to the World (Guest Post)
The JESUS Film Project’s most recent short film, Chosen Witness, was released in time for Easter. In this nine-minute animation, Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection are seen through the eyewitness of Mary Magdalene. Continue reading Chosen Witness Released for Easter
We are all masterpieces. Personally and purposefully. We’ve been crafted carefully and intentionally by a loving Father who had a reason for creating each of us. Continue reading The Price Of A Masterpiece (Guest Post)
Listen to Judy’s brand-new podcast, When You Love a Prodigal, on your favorite streaming media service. New episodes air on Tuesdays.
Judy will describe her challenging journey with her son during his prodigal years. She’ll talk about what God says to us through this journey. She will explain where your prodigal’s choices might be coming from. She plans to include some interviews with helpful, knowledgeable people. Continue reading Announcing Judy Douglass’s Podcast: When You Love a Prodigal
“Worship is the submission of all of our nature to God. It is the quickening of the conscience by his holiness; the nourishment of mind with his truth; the purifying of imagination by his beauty. . .” – William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury Continue reading “The Purifying of Imagination” – William Temple
I discovered a new podcast recently. Ligonier Ministries launched Luther: In Real Time on October 10th. This podcast is a “radio drama” of Dr. Martin Luther’s life 500 years ago. The new episodes air on the 500th anniversary of specific events in Luther’s life. This Ligonier podcast gave me a few ideas for podcasts using a timeline, drama and/or storytelling. Continue reading Creative Podcast Ideas for Ministry
I marveled at the Holy Spirit’s creativity to draw her attention to Jesus through art. Continue reading Art and the Holy Spirit (Guest Post)
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