Creative Worry from a Pulpit!
So I listened to a sermon earlier today from The House of Mercy, by Katie Langston on the text Numbers 20: 1-13, titled On Wells and Worrying, and I couldn't help but think about a post I made last month about how when creativity has no positive outlet or practice it turns against us in the form of worry and anxiety, check it out if you haven't. Let's be real we could all use a reprieve from our nagging worries. In this sermon Katie Langston explores the prevalence of worry i
"PROOF: I am Creative"
As soon as someone finds out that I am an artist for the first time, I become a confessional for those who fear their creative capacity. Often this manifests as a fairly predictable script. Have you ever found yourself or someone you know saying one of the following? "I am not creative." "I wish I was creative." "I am not creatively gifted." "I can't draw or do anything else creative." "My (insert family member) is creative, but it skipped over me!" Hearing these comme