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Questions? Session #2 "Who told you that?"

  QUESTION #2    "WHO TOLD YOU THAT?"   Supplies needed:   Colored tissue paper, a canvas or board, watered down glue in a bowl and a sponge brush, magazines. Welcome to The Maker’s Space.   This is a safe place where we slow down and use art to practice listening to God.   This year, The Maker’s Space will be looking at 5 questions that God asks us that we can ask ourselves in order to get to know ourselves and God, and others, better.   You might feel like you are at languishing point in your life, [a state between despair and flourishing] and I think that asking questions of God, ourselves and each other can help us do the “what’s next?” and move us into flourishing.   Think about doing this session by yourself, and then invite a group of friends or family to do it together and encourage conversations.   When we practice listening to God, we can then practice our listening skills with others.   There will be more discussion questions at the end to take it further to promot

Questions?-Session #2- "Who told you that?" In person and LIVE ZOOM

  Come, slow down, breathe, and we will use art to listen! We will be meeting in person @277 Hawthorne Ave., Glen Ellyn, IL  Jan. 23, 2022... 5:30-7:00pm All supplies will be provided in person. If you join us for our LIVE ZOOM, please RSVP to  You can also subscribe to this website so that you don't miss a session and the link to the LIVE ZOOM.    Supplies you will need: canvas board, magazines, school glue, brush, container for glue, colored tissue paper. LINK FOR LIVE ZOOM!  SEE YOU SUNDAY NIGHT AT 5:30pm central time Topic: The Makers Space Time: Jan 23, 2022 05:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)   Join Zoom Meeting 87465563294   Meeting ID: 874 6556 3294 One tap mobile +13126266799,,87465563294# US (Chicago) +13017158592,,87465563294# US (Washington DC)   Dial by your location         +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)         +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)         +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)         +1 346 248 7799 US (

Feeling "Snowed?"

  There is an old slang of the word "snowed" meaning "to overwhelm with insincere talk, especially with flattery."  Much of the talk today, is insincere, whether it be television, politicians or social media.  I am craving meaningful conversation, real feelings, deep thought, not just the surface and what you see.