Drawn In: A Creative Process for Artists, Activists, and Jesus Followers

Drawn In: A Creative Process for Artists, Activists, and Jesus Followers

by Troy Bronsink
     
 

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God breathes life into every part of the material world, drawing all things into one vision of a new creation. We, artists, all of us, are part of this beautiful creative-divine process.

 
“This fresh vision of God and ourselves draws us (rather than drives us) into a new way of being. Drawn In will introduce many to a gifted writer,

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God breathes life into every part of the material world, drawing all things into one vision of a new creation. We, artists, all of us, are part of this beautiful creative-divine process.

 
“This fresh vision of God and ourselves draws us (rather than drives us) into a new way of being. Drawn In will introduce many to a gifted writer, reflective artist, and practical theologian sure to contribute much to the life of the church for decades to come.” – Brian D. McLaren

 
“This is one of the finest books on art, creativity, and the nature of God to date. It is no less than a manifesto: a call to create at the grandest and most humble of scales. To make and remake with passionate and tangible love. Stunning, from start to finish.” – Sally Morgenthaler

 

Bronsink shows how we can connect the creative life and the life of faith through design thinking and creative processes. Exercises invite participation in God’s life and redemptive rhythms. This holistic approach will shift how Christian creatives think of mission, worship, collaboration, and everyday discipleship. 

 
“Troy Bronsink is deeply rooted in a seriousness about Gospel faith. He explores the recognition that faith cannot be held in the familiar categories of concept, proposition, rule or cliché, but is always moving toward new possibilities.” – Walter Brueggemann

"If you, like many, have been searching for a book that combines the passion of the Wild Goose Festival and the creative insights of Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way, with a dash of new monastic spirituality and a pinch of Brueggemannian theological sensibility, then this is most certainly the book for you! Great exercises. Excellent for small group discussion." -  David Taylor

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ISBN-13:
9781557258717
Publisher:
Paraclete Press
Publication date:
11/01/2012
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.09(w) x 8.39(h) x 0.58(d)

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