The wholehearted perspective took the pressure off. Changing the focus from what I had in my hand to who had put it in my hand (and why) fettered my fears and paralyzed my perfectionism. It freed me up to see that it wasn’t (and didn’t need to be) about me or what I could do.
In my own journey toward becoming a ‘wholehearted creative,’ I started by changing one thing. I stopped focusing on the how and started focusing on the why/for whom. To live wholehearted and to create wholeheartedly, I decided to stop looking at “being disciplined about my craft” as a thing to do on a checklist. I,
Created we create. I want creativity to be a hallmark of my life, because I believe we are created in the image of a creative God. And I yearn to reflect Him in all that I do. Creativity is about finding fresh ways to express age old truths. Creativity is not about the novel thing; it’s
It’s so easy to find our identity and our sense of being in our surroundings… Our jobs… Our positions or titles… Our friends… Our family… Our cities… Our houses… It’s only natural, though. I think we innately have an understanding of Home. Home is a place where we feel welcomed. Home is
In case you’ve missed the million social media announcements I’ve made this week…. I’m releasing a NEW SINGLE called In Your House on April 8th! I seriously couldn’t be more excited. In Your House, which is based on Psalm 84, is a meditative song of worship. This song was inspired by a conversation I