Creative Transformation

This link will take you to the Facebook site. The group exists to promote Christian spiritual transformation through expression of the Spiritual Disciplines, particularly those found in Richard Foster’s “Celebration of Discipline.” It is for those who create art and those who appreciate what others do, as well as for anyone interested in discussing the use of various art forms to convey a Christian spiritual discipline.

Creative Transformation: Linking Christian Disciplines and the Arts

The fine print:
1. Discussions of spiritual transformation through creative processes are encouraged. Everyone is invited to participate with the understanding that we are unapologetically Christ-centered.

2. All forms of creative expression, with the exception of non-fiction books and articles, are welcome. These include but are not limited to:

a. Music, vocal and instrumental

b. Visual art of all kinds: ceramic, calligraphy, painting, photography, sculpture

c. Drama

d. Short story

e. Poetry

f. Dance

3. Works posted or linked to must be based on at least one spiritual discipline. Participants are encouraged to share what that discipline is and how they experienced transformed in the creation of it. Participants will need to create their own audio, video, or photo files for sharing on the site.

4. This is not a place to buy or sell. Participants are encouraged to post contact information with each piece they share. This site will not be involved in or responsible for purchase and/or fair use negotiations of works posted or linked to here.

5. It is assumed that the copyright laws of the United States of America, where they apply, are being adhered to.

6. Please note: things being posted here could end up in the public domain. This site is not responsible for others’ unauthorized use of any work posted here. This site is meant to encourage expression and discussion on the topic. All participants do so at their own risk and pleasure.

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