CONFESSION #22: When it comes to thinking about being a creative Christian, I really appreciate the thoughts of other creative Christians.
I really value the thoughts and wisdom of other Christians in creative fields, so I thought I would share a few of them with you. These are just a few links to articles or videos or websites that have really shaped my views on being a Christian with the gift of creativity.
Why Christians Should Create: An thought provoking article that touches upon some of the topics that I've already talked about in this blog. It lists four reasons why Christians should create.
Advice for Christian Artists: A short word to Christian Artists from Max McLean.
Make God Look Great. Create: Written by the author that wrote Create: Stop Making Excuses and Start Creating Stuff.
Unsolicited Advice From a Failed Filmmaker: Offers some helpful tips for Christians that want to make films.
Cinemagogue: I really appreciate this website. It offers reviews for blockbuster films and shows where the gospel can be found in the stories. Harleman also wrote a book by the same title, which I reviewed a few weeks ago.
We Engage Culture for Jesus: A talk by Lecrae about why and how we should engage culture.
Hope you enjoy the links and the thoughts they have to offer.
This post is part of a 31 day series called Confessions of a Creative Christian.
Hi Renee! I haven't read as many books as I would like on Christian creativity. I've mainly been reading books on the Gospel, but I do recommend Cinemagogue. It has some very interesting nuggets that apply to film but to the arts as well. I'm also looking into reading A Million Little Ways by Emily Freeman and Create by Stephen Altrogge.
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