Mental Health

Stephen James Hart

My guest this week on Create talks is Stephen James Hart, Bethel Music’s Visual Worship Leader. He talks about how important our time with God is as Creatives. He has an incredible testimony and releases a powerful impartation of freedom!

Stephen James Hart is a multi-disciplinary Visual Worship Leader, primarily focused in design, typography and photography. Originally from New Zealand, he moved to Redding, California in 2015 to join the creative team at Bethel Music, where he currently serves as a designer and art director.

In 2013 he embarked on a 365 typographic/hand lettering blog aptly titled "The 365 Worship Project". Upon it's completion, he encountered the idea of Visual Worship Leadership, it's necessity within the global church, and his passion to see the creativity of Christ lead a generation into freedom.

Resources:

Website: http://www.stephenjameshart.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephenjameshart/

Michelle Sparrow

Join Michelle Sparrow and I as we talk about the power of prophetic art for healing! What you create has supernatural power!

Shell has been a Visual Arts Teacher for the last 16 years and Pastoral ministry with her husband for the past 12 years in Australia. 

She has a passion to bring revival to the Arts culture in Australia. She is currently continuing training in Art Therapy this year and exploring ways to bring a unique transformative work of Jesus into areas of Mental Health and Education.

 

SJ Murray

My guest this week on Create Talks is EMMY-nominated and award winning writer and producer SJ Murray. She is passionate about the roles stories play in shaping culture. You will be empowered to write your own stories and she also shares a little known fact about Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous speech: I have a dream!

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A graduate of Auburn University, she earned her PhD from Princeton University, studied screenwriting at UCLA, and is a tenured professor at Baylor University. She is the founding Co-Chair of the NEXUS working group on film, media & story, and has curated impact-centered conversations from Sundance to The White House and the United Nations. Her TEDx talks on story have been viewed over 250,000 times!

Resources:
http://www.baylor.edu/great_texts/index.php?id=100034 - SJ's faculty page at Baylor University
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Jane_Murray - SJ's Wikipedia article
http://www.anderimage.com - SJ works alongside AnderImage
http://www.basicsofstorydesign.com - This is a link for her first online course about Story Design. It is still in beta and hasn't been launched publicly.