A poem by Malcom Ford, inspired by Francis Thompson’s “The Hound of Heaven”.
Tag: Adventist creatives
Andy Collis is a fine artist and art academic who is well-loved by the Adventist community in Australia and beyond.
From art exhibitions to Bible study guides, fine artist Phil McKay has seen his work used in a wide variety of contexts to share the good news of Jesus.
When it comes to personal branding, consistency is the key to building trust and a solid reputation. But what if we thought about personal branding in terms of our Christian journey?
Exploring themes of heartbreak, heaven and the human condition, Roje Ndayambaje is a talented spoken-word poet and Christian thinker whose words force readers to reflect on their own lived experiences.
For full-time mum and singer/song-writer Carly Fletcher, creating music is more than a personal hobby.
Specialising in greeting cards that connect people to Aboriginal Australia, Dana Garlett’s business Paperbark Prints is an expression of her identity.
With a keen eye for detail and a desire to share God’s Word, 25-year-old optometrist Ashleigh Wong loves to create beautiful word-art.
With a desire to share the gospel through music, musician and composer Karen Stoeckert created a scripture song ministry to help others memorise the Bible.
A further exploration of creative talent within the Seventh-day Adventist Church.