Charlie Peacock on art, beauty and new life.
Are you amazed with God's creation?
What does reconciliation with yourself, with others, with creation, and with systems and nations look like?
Sarah Jobe on pregnancy and redefining attractive.
Sarah Jobe on pregnancy and learning Kingdom logic.
Sarah Jobe on pregnancy and co-creating with God.
Are we teaching what to see or how to see? Richard Rohr on getting in on more of God.
Miroslav Volf encourages us to see beyond our normal ways of seeing.
Where is the line between beauty and truth? NT Wright reflects on doing truth.
Claudio Oliver reflects on measuring beauty while preparing a meal for friends.
Salvation stories from the London Farrell Garden with Sherry Maddock.
Stanley Hauerwas on the arts and keeping the craft in community.
Dan Spencer suggests we should accept our position of power and take care of creation through compassionate dominion.
Richard Twiss chats about the "oneness" of the Trinity, our cultural preferences, and our incompleteness without our neighbor's music.
Through the wounded we have honest access to our pain.
Is church boring? Is eye candy the answer? Walter Brueggemann doesn't rush to answers as he contemplates what makes him angry and what gives him hope.
Craig Detweiler, filmmaker, author and professor on the role of the arts pastor, freeing the Saints and creating moments that make us pause.
We groan inwardly while we wait for adoption.
Acclaimed singer songwriter Martyn Joseph talks about God's revolution in the mundane and the ordinary - in the upside down.
Are the "poor more starved for beauty than they are for bread?" Clint Kemp discusses the redemptive power of art and sacred space.
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