What’s the difference between a preface, a foreward and a prologue, you ask? Let’s ask Tamika Hall! I’ve referred you to Tamika earlier this year (check that out here) and I’m sending you there again to hear Tamika discuss the differences on her podcast:
(c) Sara Joseph
Speaking on creativity, artist Sara Joseph states:
“If it flows as an outpouring of your walk with the Lord, creativity becomes an organic entity with the potential to explode into unforeseen territories. It is like dropping brilliantly colored ink into a sparkling lake, watching the ink spread and change unpredictably in hue and intensity as it catches the light. The Lord can turn your limited creativity into something far more than you could ever have imagined, the more time you spend with Him and the more you trust Him with it.”
I connected you with Tamika Hall Ministries back in January with a devotional podcast on 1st Peter. Wanted to share another of her podcasts today: How to Write & Publish a Devotional. Continue reading
In this wonderful article, Mic.com compiles 17 words of advice for struggling writers, from the famous writers who’ve been there. Advice in the form of quotes from the likes of Ernest Hemingway, Anne Lamott, Anton Chekhov, and Stephen King.
We spent the end of February digging into art journaling. Well, I have another amazing resource for you that I believe is worth checking out!!
Today I want to introduce you to Brené Brown, PhD. She is the author of not one, but two #1 New York Times Bestsellers: Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead (2012) and The Gifts of Imperfection (2010). Her TED Talk on vulnerability is one of the most watched of the TED Talks.
It’s another Facebook Friday!
Today’s group is Christian Poets & Writers administered by Mary Harwell Sayler. It’s group description is as follows:
The CHRISTIAN POETS & WRITERS group exists to encourage each other in our Christian faith and improve our writing in all genres to draw readers to Christ and up-build the church in Jesus’ Name.
Summer is fast approaching, and for those of you who look for books to read over the summer, have I got a resource for you!
Worship the Rock blog has compiled an extensive list of 100 Books on Worship. Although it’s geared towards worship leaders, there are many titles on this list for everyone! I can tell you as a worship leader myself, many of these are the books we would love our congregations to be reading right alongside us!