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Artists and Humility

W. David Taylor is writing a series of posts on Marks of a Believer Artist, and starts with Humility: “If you could only work on one virtue your whole life, I would highly recommend humility.” I’ve read the post a few times, and it’s still sinking in. It just seems,…

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Artists and Elitism

For many artists, art is more than something they do, it is who they are, and it is a vocation they take seriously. And while everyone is creative in some way, it does take time and effort to develop artistic talent, and anyone who excels in their craft is to…

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Imagination Study – Defining ourselves by our Idols

This week, we discussed a speech I heard back at Jubilee ’99 in Pittsburgh given by David Bestwick-Satterlee titled, “A Dangerous Faith.” It was a really good discussion. I’ll include some quotes from that speech below: If we don’t look to God for our identity, we will instead look to…

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Love and Humility

We, as Christians, so often feel the need to have the right answers, to make the right decisions, to do the right things, and to be strong in our faith. We take the culture’s view of what it means to be strong and make it even worse by adding religion…