“Since we were made to glorify God, worship happens when someone is doing exactly what he or she was made to do.”

Andrew Peterson in Adorning the Dark

“To get the right things done, choosing what to ignore is as important as choosing where to focus.”

Peter Bregman in 18 Minutes

“You have a masterpiece inside you, too, you know. One unlike any that has ever been created, or ever will be. And remember: If you go to your grave without painting your masterpiece, it will not get painted. No one else can paint it. Only you.”

Gordon MacKenzie in Orbiting the Giant Hairball

“You’re valid. Step up. Bring what you’ve got. Don’t you dare hold back. Not cringing back, not with arrogant pride, with sane humility bring your stuff. Other people need it.”

Jordan Raynor in Called to Create

Play is an activity we engage in for its own sake—because we love it. Because it feels good. Because it brings us joy

M. H. Clark

“Self-deception is the enemy of wholeness because it prevents us from seeing ourselves as we really are. It covers up our lack of growth in the Spirit of the truthful One and keeps us from coming to terms with our real personalities.”

Brennan Manning in The Importance of Being Foolish

“Let’s start seeing creativity as an investment rather than a cost.”

Luke McElroy in Creative Potential

“When we make, we invoke the abundance of God’s world into the reality of scarcity all about us.”

Makoto Fujimura in Art + Faith

“Your habits in the short term impact your calling in the long term.”

Ryan Romeo in Head in the Clouds, Feet on the Ground

“What do you think is the biggest waste of time?” “Comparing yourself to others”, said the mole.”

Charlie Mackesy in The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

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