Creative Catalysts Help Create Beauty in Our Workplaces

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by Makoto Fujimura Over twenty years ago, when I founded International Arts Movement (IAM), I wanted to help nurture a cultural movement toward the integration of faith, art and culture. Initially, I set out to create a connection with artists, musicians, and other artists. I was seeking the highest standard of excellence, with a high level of inquiry toward theological [Read More...]

Thriving Through Stress: Discovering Your Inner Genius

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by Darcy Wiley It was ten in the morning, and he was supposed to be at the office, but the garage door quaked open and his truck rolled in nonetheless. Soon he stood in front of me in his nicest dress shirt, the one he had chosen earlier that morning for the boss’ yearly visit to [Read More...]

A Letter to My Younger Self: Three Crucial Needs in Your Life

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by Bob Robinson “Keep on with the talents that the Lord has given you. You weren’t put on earth to be a loner. If you are a loner, you have real problems ahead of you.” This is part of the advice that Richard Eckart, 80, would give if he could write a letter to his younger [Read More...]

On Earth As It Is in Heaven: Stewards of Creativity

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by Christal M. N. Jenkins One of the greatest stories ever told began with these words: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. 1:1). The first time I heard those words, I imagined myself surrounded by darkness in the midst of a huge void, and for a moment, time and space stood [Read More...]

Climate Change Is Fact Not Faith: God’s Creation Is Running a Fever

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by Christine A. Scheller Katharine Hayhoe is an atmospheric scientist who studies climate change and why it matters to us here and now. In 2014, she was recognized by Time magazine as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in the world and by Foreign Policy as one of the Top 100 Global Thinkers. [Read More...]

The Loneliness of Transition

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It’s been about six or seven months now since we said to each other, “Hey, let’s keep in touch!” I’m probably equally as much to blame, but I often wonder what happened to the phone. Is it broken? Did they take a vow of phone-silence? I barely even see them on Facebook anymore. Did they [Read More...]


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