Heather Caliri : Word Made Art: Lent

Word Made Art: Lent

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Arts & Entertainment , Religion & Spirituality

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62 pages

ISBN

1983606928

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date

January 31, 2018

Language

English

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If reading scripture bores or discourages you instead of drawing you closer to Jesus, wrestle with God on the pages of your Bible and make something beautiful out of your chaos.

Word Made Art: Lent challenges you to cut, color, scribble and reimagine your way through scripture during Lent. With eight unexpected projects, weekly questions for both individual and group study, and a gentle, encouraging tone, this creative devotional will help you bring your messy, honest self to God.

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Editorial Reviews

This lovely, one-of-a-kind devotional will allow you to encounter God in new and powerful ways. With encouragement and gentleness, Heather Caliri invites the downhearted, disaffected, and doubting to come before God, just as we are, and to experience his goodness in the deepest parts of our souls.

Dorcas Cheng-Tozun, Christianity Today contributor, and author of Start, Love, Repeat

For lovers of art journalling, Heather provides imaginative faith-based prompts. Her insightful questions invite further reflection on the art you produce. This would be perfect for art journallers, especially for those who are weary or wary of the Bible. I warmly commend this creative and thoughtful resource.

Tanya Marlow, author of Those Who Wait

Heather Caliri s Word Made Art: Lent is a gift for every spiritual speaker. Like Heather, I am in recovery from unhelpful theology and spiritual abuse, so I jump at the opportunity to rewrite faulty wiring and heal false narratives. I yearn to see the ashes of my past transformed into beauty, and sitting with this creative Lenten practice lets me enter into the season anew. I can't think of a better wise sage and gentle guide for the journey.

Cara Meredith, blogger at CaraMeredith.com

I struggled with anxiety and shame every time I tried to
read the Bible. Through Heather’s Word
Made Art: Lent course I discovered ways to approach scripture with
creativity instead of correctness. My interactions with the Bible don’t have to
be perfect to be beautiful.

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