Books, My Friends

Reading 26 Books In A Year

Hello Fiercelings,   I want to talk about the importance of reading, specifically reading regularly. How many books do you read a week? A month? A year? I read an article that my mom had laying around about someone who has for the past five […]

Cohorts With Creation

Hello Fiercelings, One of the most important things for the artist is to do the work. There is no way around this fact. You must do the creating. You must, according to L’Engle, serve the work. “If the work comes to the artist and says, “Here I […]

Walking On Water Review Part II: The Creative Process & Faith

Also known as Walking on Water Part II =D Read part I here . Hello Fiercelings, Because there is so much material in Walking On Water by Madeleine L’Engle I will probably be doing a myriad of posts based on the book. Once I have gotten […]

Walking On Water Review

Hello Fiercelings, I finally finished reading Walking On Water by Madeleine L’Engle. There is a lot of material in this little book. The tag line of the book is “Reflections on Faith and Art” it’s a fabulous little book about well, faith and art. To kind […]

The Artist Itinerary

Fiercelings, You may remember awhile back I was reading a book called the Creative Call. I wrote posts about it here(this is pretty much a follow up post), here and oh yeah here too. I loved this book so much! I discovered it in my […]

Feeling Weird

Feeling Weird

How was your Valentine’s weekend? (I realize that was last weekend but I drafted this back then!) I spent the weekend at a hotel convention center in St. Louis and literally sat around and did nothing but read a book by my pastor called Weird […]

Book Review of Generous Justice

Book Review of Generous Justice

One of my favorite preacher/writer/thinker is Timothy Keller, who is the founder/pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. I am still upset that I did not visit him when I was in New York City in June of 2011. I have read King’s […]