Mar 9, 2017
Do you ever feel like your art is in a separate “box” from the rest of your life? Maybe you feel a disconnect between your art and your church … between your art and your faith … or your art and the broader culture.
But what if there was a way to integrate your art into every area of your life? One of the best ways to do this is by getting back to the basics and studying artists of the Bible. When you do, you’ll begin to see how much God values the arts. You’ll also see how He has used artists to lead, serve, and inspire His people through the generations.
This is the first episode in a new series Great Artists of the Bible, that will unfold periodically over the coming months. God has woven threads of the creative arts into the tapestry of his redemptive story. In this post, we start at the beginning by taking a look at the master artist: God himself.
For the post that accompanies this episode, head over to http://KentSanders.net/great-artists-god.
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