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The Heart of the Artistby Rory Noland
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Written especially for artists, this frank book deals head-on with issues like ego and giftedness that every person in creative ministry faces. Gain a better understanding of your unique place in the body of Christ and find encouragement as you reap the rich joys of ministry in the creative arts.
Over 100,000 sold
?Great for individuals and teams
?Includes provocative discussion questions
?I wish I had your gift!?
How do you handle those words as a creative artist? Somewhere between pride and self-abasement lies true humility?just one aspect of the balanced character God wants to instill in you as an actor, a musician, a visual artist, or other creative person involved in ministry. God is interested in your art and your heart.
The Heart of the Artist deals head-on with issues every person in an arts ministry faces:
?Servanthood Versus Stardom
?Excellence Versus Perfectionism
?The Spiritual Disciplines of the Artist
?The Artist in Community . . . and more
The Heart of the Artist will give you a better understanding of yourself and your unique place in the body of Christ. You?ll find wisdom and encouragement that can help you survive the challenges and reap the rich joys of a ministry in the creative arts.
?Breathtakingly personal, practical, and poignant.??Timothy Tien, New York, New York
?I am better for having applied these principles. . . . A must-read for church staff, creative types, growing Christians, human beings.??Rev. Ginny Allen, Jackson, Mississippi
?Rory Noland pinpoints issues that often arise in the life of the artist, and gives good, biblical solutions. A must-have for Christian artists in any field.??Tom Hinkle, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Rory Noland is director of Heart of the Artist Ministries (www.heartoftheartist.org), an organization dedicated to turning teams of church artists into communities of grace. A composer songwriter, author, and speaker, Rory is a graduate of the Chicago Musical College atRoosevelt University and served for twenty years as music director at Willow Creek Community Church.
This book explores issues of character facing Christian artists who want to use their gifts more effectively in church ministry.
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