by Ben Howard
In this week's episode Ben interviews author and artist Troy Bronsink
about his new book "Drawn In: A Creative Process for Artists, Activists
and Jesus Followers" from Paraclete Press. They talk about the
importance of art in the church, the way we can view church itself as an
art form, and the importance of engaging in creative activities even
for people who don't consider them artists. Join in, be inspired and
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