Spiritual formation

Imagining Together

Imagining Together

02.17.2011  |  1 Comment ››

The IMAGINE 2010 gathering of believing artists and church leaders in Helsinki, Finland, sparked creative collaboration and new vision for the arts in Europe. By Jim Mills In April 2010, Iceland’s volcanic eruption brought a ... Continue Reading »

A Letter to Young Artists

A Letter to Young Artists

11.04.2010  |  2 Comments ››

Makoto Fujimura has followed up his Letter to North American Churches with a Letter to Young Artists (based on a letter originally written for Michael Card’s book Scribbling in the Sand): We have been ... Continue Reading »

Raising Artful Children

Raising Artful Children

10.13.2010  |  No Comments ››

The vision of StoneWorks builds in many ways upon the recommendations of the 2004 “Redeeming the Arts” paper by the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization. One of the Lausanne paper's "envision" statements has ... Continue Reading »

The Power of Story

The Power of Story

08.12.2010  |  No Comments ››

Reading may not change the world -- but it changes the reader, and that's a start. By Katherine Paterson The summer that I was 17 years old, I, who was born of missionary parents in China, was ... Continue Reading »

A Life in Tune

A Life in Tune

06.22.2010  |  No Comments ››

Thoughts on faith and music by world-famous piano technician Franz Mohr “He is an Institution, a Living Legend, an Icon in the World of Steinway. Throughout the piano community and industry, not just in ... Continue Reading »

Hearts in Training

Hearts in Training

05.03.2010  |  No Comments ››

C. S. Lewis employed his imaginative gifts to dispel his readers' illusions and educate their feelings. By Doris T. Myers In The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, one of the Narnia series, Eustace, a factual-minded, ... Continue Reading »

The Healing Power of Art

The Healing Power of Art

03.05.2010  |  3 Comments ››

God can speak into our pain—and use our pain—in ways we could never imagine. By Dr. Dianne B. Collard I am not an artist, but in the dark days of pain and despair following ... Continue Reading »