It was electric. Over 1,000 people attended the School of Creativity here at Bethel Church in Redding, California, as well as many joining through Live Streaming from around the world watched as dancers, spoken word artists, filmmakers, artists, and an array of cutting edge speakers, who are impacting culture. Over 28 countries joined us plus so many Americans from different states nationwide.
It’s crazy how communities come together through celebration. All of heaven is still celebrating and worshipping Jesus for His triumph over the enemy, death, and sin.
All of the Angels in heaven celebrate when one person turns to Jesus (Luke 15:10).
Our responsibility is to bring heaven to earth, so let the celebration begin!
I believe it is time for Kingdom-minded believers, who follow the footsteps of Jesus, to bring our creativity into the forefront, so that people can see the Good News.
If Jesus used parables to lead people to truth, if Paul’s handkerchiefs healed the sick, and if Moses’ bronze serpent staff brought people healing who looked at it, then what are we waiting for?
As I heard about the tragic deaths of students and teachers in Florida, who lost their lives to a teenaged gunman, firing in yet another school on American soil, my heart was so grieved.
My heart goes out to all of those who lost loved ones and family members in tragic terrorist attacks.
On the news, we see angry and distraught parents, students, educators, law enforcement, and politicians trying to make sense of gun control, safety in the classroom, and how our schools can be safe again.
Changing Culture Through The Art of Culinary Cuisine
The Culinary Arts play a much larger role in our life experience than we may be aware of.
It only makes sense, then, that if we want to impact culture, even transform culture, we may have a better chance demonstrating the Good News through the “signs and wonders” of food, as well as our preaching.