Creativity Corner


Heart of a Dancer by Jann Prince

Praise and Worship Through Craftsmanship by Jann Prince

The Beam Parable by Marsha Van

A Walk in the Zoo  by Barbara L. Klika, MSW, Personal Life Coach

Scripture put into Pictures            by Christine

Worship Songs by Debra Pagel:

Yahweh Is Calling You Now

Maschiach ben David

I Will Follow You

Above the Stars

How Sweet

The teaching that presents consecration as giving to God our gifts, our possessions, our comrades, is a profound error.

These are all abandoned, and we give up forever our right to ourselves. A sanctified soul may be an artist, or a musician; but he is not a sanctified artist or musician: he is one who expresses the message of God through a particular medium. 

As long as the artist or musician imagines he can consecrate his artistic gifts to God, he is deluded.

Abandonment of ourselves is the kernel of consecration, not presenting our gifts, but presenting ourselves without reserve.

Quote taken from:

The Discipline of Loneliness; (Christian Disciplines 2) Oswald Chambers, 1935, 1936, 1985.