God the Artist: Revealing God's Creative Side Through Pottery

God the Artist: Revealing God's Creative Side Through Pottery

by Morgan McCarver
God the Artist: Revealing God's Creative Side Through Pottery

God the Artist: Revealing God's Creative Side Through Pottery

by Morgan McCarver


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Creative outlets can be a source of immense joy and satisfaction in our lives, but the question remains: is creativity something that is innate within us, or must it be learned?

God the Artist is a three-part, step-by-step guide to pottery making and how it relates to Christianity. It provides a clear understanding of the references to pottery in the Bible, where they originate from and why they are significant to every Christian’s life. It concisely interprets these pottery references in their original context, while explaining Biblical ceramic symbolism in a conversational way. Through insightful commentary on The Potter's House in Jeremiah 18, as well as other pottery references from the Old and New Testaments, God the Artist proves that all people are inherently creative because all human beings are made in the image of God, the ultimate creator. 

Each chapter is reinforced with a Creativity Challenge designed to encourage pottery pros, admirers, and anyone seeking to expand their creative capacity and strengthen their spiritual practice, to grow closer to God as they progress on their journey. With the help of this guide, individuals will gain a deeper understanding of the creativity given to them by God and how to use it to honor and glorify Him.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781636982038
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Publication date: 01/09/2024
Pages: 214
Sales rank: 492,988
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

Morgan McCarver is a multi-award-winning ceramic artist based in Asheville, North Carolina. After a scoliosis spinal fusion surgery made it impossible for her to dance during recovery, she redirected her creative energy and discovered a passion for clay while taking a summer pottery class. This inspired her to pursue a degree in ceramics from Anderson Universityin South Carolina, where she had the honor of receiving the 2019 Outstanding Art Major Ceramics Award. She established her own business, Morgan McCarver Porcelain in 2019 and has studios in Asheville, NC and Spartanburg, SC. Her work has been featured in galleries and juried exhibitions across the United States including two solo exhibitions, “FemininiTEA” 2020 and “The Strength of a Wildflower” 2022. In 2023 she became a recipient of the North Carolina Arts Council Artist Support Grant. She has several copyrights on her floral motifs. Visit her website www.morganmccarver.com to purchase her work. She spends most of her days in her studio, crafting beautiful works of art, while Sundays are reserved for church. As an active member of Brookstone Church in Weaverville, NC, she enjoys spending time with her small group and volunteering as a youth leader. 

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