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Don’t Forget to Dream

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Breath for the Bones Book Club—Thoughts on Chapter 5 In a recent post by Gordon Atkinson on High Calling Blogs, Gordon tells us of Gabi, whose achingly beautiful vision to serve God by loving kids in Uganda is enough to rouse the most callous of hearts. After hearing just a…

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Life Lessons from Scaredy Squirrel

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Breath for the Bones Book Club: Thoughts on Chapter 3 This summer I participated in my library’s reading program called A.R.K.S.—Adults Reading Kids’ Stuff. One read in particular has stayed with me; it was a picture book called Scaredy Squirrel. (You simply must click over to see Scaredy Squirrel’s sweet…

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Living, Breathing Art

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Breath for the Bones Book Club: Thoughts on Chapter 1 Art is a window into the soul of its creator. In the finished painting or poem or sculpture, we receive a glimpse of the interior world of the artist. And when the art is nature, there we find treasured secrets…

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Where Creativity Flourishes

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Breath for the Bones Book Club: Thoughts on the Introduction Two questions were raised by Luci Shaw in the introduction of her book Breath for the Bones—Art, Imagination, and Spirit: Reflections on Creativity and Faith: How does faith inform art? How can art animate faith? Shaw lingers over these, reflecting…

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