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Questions? Session #4- Why are you afraid?

  Questions?-Session #4   Why are you afraid? Supplies:   Alcohol ink paper, [Yupo brand or other], black alcohol ink and one other color of alcohol ink, straw, eye dropper, and 91%-99% alcohol in a small container. Welcome to The Maker’s Space.   This is time you have carved out for yourself, to slow down from all of the chaos around you, and to use art, to try something new and listen to what God might be saying to you. This is the 4th question in our series of Questions? where we are looking at 5 questions that God asks in the Bible to start a dialogue with you.    Our 4th question is “Why are you afraid?”   Whether you are looking for the “what’s next” in your life, or just want to move from languishing to flourishing, this dialogue with God will help you start moving again. The #1 Session centered on the question “Where are you?” and can be found on The #2 Session centered on the question “Who told you that?” and can be found on This #3

RSVP to the March session of "Why are you afraid?" Questions? Session #4

  “Whether you realize it or not, you spend the majority of your day doing things you’ve already done hundreds or thousands of times before. Very rarely do you actually try new things for the purpose of engaging a unique experience. But what if you made it a point to do exactly that? There are many benefits to doing new things – don’t cheat yourself out of them.   Ask any highly creative person how they continue to innovate and express themselves in new ways – they’ll tell you the key to their success is a commitment to trying new things.   When you try new things, you put your brain into unique situations that force it to really think. This stimulates creativity, which eventually rubs off in other areas of your life. As a result, you begin to think about everything in a new light.”—Larry Alton, Huffpost

Questions?-Session #3-"What are you seeking?"

photo by John Waites                     Session #3—What are you seeking? Supplies-   Clay, wooden skewers or pointed tools to cut away the clay Any type of clay will do, that you can find, even play dough will work. for this exercise.  It is the touching and kneading of the clay that has the healing mechanisms. Welcome to The Maker’s Space!   This is a safe place where we can slow down and use art to listen to God. You have chosen to come and take some time away from the busyness of the world, to spend time with yourself.   We try to provide an environment away from the chaos outside, to a quiet place where you can listen and hear from God.  This is the place your spiritual side can be transformed and grow if you allow to give it time and space. Only God can transform us into who He intended us to be. "Creation is always an act of faith, and faith is a spiritual issue, so is creativity.  As we strive for our highest selves, our spiritual selves, we cannot help but be more aware,