Another Great Review from Artist & Author Sara Joseph

Release Polymer Clay Relief Sculpture (C) Sara Joseph 11x14

Polymer Clay Relief Sculpture
(C) Sara Joseph

Another wonderful review of my book! This one by Sara Joseph, artist/co-owner at Artists Showplace Gallery in Dallas, Texas and author of Gently Awakened: the Influence of Faith on Your Artistic Journey. Find out more about Sara and take advantage of her wonderful resources at

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One Lovely Blog Award



So excited to receive the “One Lovely Blog Award” from Ellie at New Creations Ministries! What an honor!! Thank you Ellie for nominating me—I really appreciate it. I found her blog recently and enjoy the transparency with which she shares her journey. Worth the follow!

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Prophetic Art


I am deeply humbled by Colleen Brigg’s words in this blogpost about prophetic art. God is calling his artists to rise up, to speak, to make His glory known in this earth. Thank you Colleen for demonstrating courage—the courage to explore, experience and encounter God through your artistic work (which is amazing BEaUtiful)!!

Colleen Briggs

Whatever It Takes; 2014; 28" x 20"; watercolor. Whatever It Takes; 2014; 28″ x 20″; watercolor.

“Art is the language of the soul.” With these words, one of my lifelong friends exhorted me as I wrestled for years with an insatiable need to express myself visually. For decades I tried to suppress this language, feeling it could not urgently or adequately address the evils I witnessed in the world. It felt too slow and clumsy to reverse urgent emergencies such as poverty or abandonment. But it was a language that swelled within my being and refused to be silenced. Aristotle said, “A soul never thinks without a picture.” My own soul craved color, texture, pattern and images; and no matter how fast I trotted around the world or how passionately I tried to speak in other ways, it was a soul-whisper that would not be denied.

At times when I surrendered to my native “tongue,” images hounded me…

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Interviews with the Author


Radio Interview with Tamika Hall: Had a great time when I sat down with Tamika of Tamika Hall Ministries! We talked about hearing God’s voice; learning to let go and allow God to build up something else; navigating the “wilderness” experience when God shifts our ministry to another place and we are in waiting; and how to unlock and unleash our creative gift! Click here to listen in!

Interview with April Boyer: I recently sat down with April Boyer who interviewed me about my book, my experiences as a writer, and my love for worship. She asked some amazing, thought-provoking questions. Click here to read the interview. April wrote In His Shadow — a story about her victory over breast cancer. If you are a book lover, you’ll enjoy her blog!

Interview with Miranda A Uyeh: Miranda is the author of To Die Once: An Inspirational RomanceShe is also an entertainment and book blogger and editor of To Be A Person blog. She asked some thought-provoking questions. You can read our interview here. Her blog also has many other interviews worth reading!!

Feature Article: Click here to read this feature article that appeared in The Table magazine of Ashland Theological Seminary.

Jody Thomae is the author of God’s Creative Gift–Unleashing the Artist in You: Bible Studies to Nurture the Creative Spirit Within. You can purchase a copy of her book at: Wipf & Stock PublishersAmazon and Barnes & Noble.

Book Review: God’s Creative Gift by Jody Thomae


Book review of my book from Dave Weiss of AMOKArts


For the last month and a half I have been using God’s Creative Gift-Unleashing the Artist in You: Bible Studies to Nurture the Creative Spirit Within as my devotional and it has been a real blessing. I got the opportunity to meet Jody Thomae in May when I did Pictures of Jesus at her church Five Stones Community Church, but we actually met online when I saw a Facebook post about this book and decided to look into it. It’s a really wonderful book.

Jody Thomae manages to walk the thin line of having a book that is both scholarly and accessible. This is a very intelligent look at God’s work in His artists today by looking at our very creative God and biblical accounts of creativity. The book’s chapters each begin with an in depth look at their topic and then five devotional studies digging deeper into the…

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