The February synchroblog is on the topic “Creativity and Christianity.”
Unfortunately, I never wrote a post for this synchroblog. I thought about writing something quickly, but then decided against it.
Instead, I thought I would give my readers an opportunity to read the other posts in this synchroblog.
Here are the synchrobog posts on the topic “Creativity and Christianity”:
- Bethany Stedman â€“ How God Creates
- EmmaNadine â€“ Creativity and Christianity
- Bill Sahlman â€“ Created, Continued Creativity
- Heidi Renee â€“ Synchroblog Creativity and Christianity
- Annie Bullock â€“ Old Things are New
- John Oâ€™Keefe â€“ What is Half of 11
- Kathy Escobar â€“ open.
- Tim Nichols â€“ Artist-Priests in Godâ€™s Poetic World
- Maurice Broaddus â€“ The Artist and the Church
- Jeremy Meyers â€“ Creativity First Christian Act (link not working yet)
- Steve Dehner â€“ The Divine Projectionist
- Ellen Haroutunian â€“ Creativity and Christianity: It Matters
- Tammy Carter â€“ His Instrument His Song
- Steve Hayes â€“ Creativity and Worship
- Martaâ€™s Mathoms â€“ Mythos and Create-ivity as a Spiritual Act
- Peter Walker â€“ Creativity and Christianity?
- William Lecorchick â€“ Heaven and Hell
- Jacob Boehlman â€“ Godâ€™s Magicians