For the next 31 days in the month of October, I'm taking part in a writing challenge hosted by several bloggers that I follow. The idea is to write for 31 days on a topic of your choice.
After a lot of thought and prayer, I decided to write about what it's like being a Christian that is creative and enjoys making art. Honestly, there are times when these two things feel at odds, so I'm planning on sharing the joys and struggles of being a creative Christian.
You can check out each post here:
Day 1: A Follower of Christ First
Day 2: Imperfect Artist, Imperfect Art
Day 3: The Gift of Creativity
Day 4: Cinemagogue
Day 5: The Creative Sabbath
Day 6: I am a Sub-Creator
Day 7: All is Vanity
Day 8: Nothing New Under the Sun
Day 9: The Impermanence of Created Things
Day 10: An Endless Cycle
Day 11: The Explicit Gospel
Day 12: Resting When There is Much to Do
Day 13: Freedom From the Fear of Artistic Failure
Day 14: Who is My Art For?
Day 15: Creating for Myself
Day 16: Creating for Others
Day 17: Creating for God
Day 18: Crazy Busy
Day 19: Rest For Your Soul
Day 20: Defining Creative
Day 21: God Before My Art
Day 22: Creative Links
Day 23: The Artistry of the Seasons
Day 24: Running Low On Creativity
Day 25: Storybook Bibles
Day 26: Entering God's Rest
Day 27: Navigating Creative Content
Day 28: Who Is King? God or Creative Content?
Day 29: Creative Content For the Glory of God
Day 30: Content that Edifies
Day 31: Leaning on God's Wisdom and Understanding
Feel free to let me know what you think of this series! I love feedback!
Welcome! I'm Madi, a laughter-loving, movie-going, spontaneous-dancing, follower of Christ. Join me as I seek glimpses of God's grace in the ordinary and everyday.
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