Creative Life: Workbook for Unearthing the Christian Imagination Paperback – 3 May 2001
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"If you are an artist, you're going to like this book. But it isn't just for you. This is a book that was written for me and everybody else who has been told that being a Christian means to always 'color within the lines.' It's time someone gave biblical permission for Christians to laugh, dance and sing before the throne. This is the book! Read it and give it to your friends. You'll all be glad."--Steve Brown, Bible teacher on the national radio program Key Life
"The Creative Life is a straightforward, practical approach to reclaiming your creativity for the Creator. Obviously inspired and delightfully inspirational, Alice Bass speaks eloquently to the artist in each of us that has been silenced by fear but seeks to re-emerge in truth and light. This workbook is a must for the Christian artist who seeks to reconnect or connect for the first time his gifts with the Giver."--Karen Lund, associate artistic director, Taproot Theatre Company
"Scripture beckons us to live lives of holy creativity--hearts captured by an imaginative spirituality. This workbook is a practical and lovely tool for the believer who longs to live a richer, more creative life in Christ."--Joy Sawyer, author of Dancing to the Heartbeat of Redemption: The Creative Process of Spiritual Growth
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If you want a book in creativity with a decidedly Christian slant that will help you understand your creative nature and why you may be blocked creatively, I recommend the book The Creative Call instead of this one. The Creative Call is much more in depth, and has exercises designed to help you understand how creativity works.
If you are secure enough to know that a book does not have to include strictly "evangelically Christian" language in order to be helpful, go ahead and enjoy The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron and/or Creativity for Life by Eric Maisel, PhD. Ms. Cameron and Dr. Maisel are both the most in-depth authors and counselors regarding creativity issues, and both have a nice series of books that are time tested by many many other creative types.