Artist Joe Schiavone explores the theme of eavesdropping as it relates to God's omnipotence in Malachi 3:13-18.
Alfred, Gwen, and Steve
In her new monologue Alfred, Gwen, and Steve, theater artist Jean Ann Douglass reflects on the theme of eavesdropping and Ecclesiastes 7:21.
This contemplative piece by composer Pascal Le Boeuf explores the theme the morality of eavesdropping, along with Ecclesiastes 7:21, Luke 12:3, and 1 Corinthians 5:12.
Artist Jason Jaspersen brings us this animated GIF in response to Ecclesiastes 7:21-25 and the theme of destruction.
Under the Sun
Filmmaker Landon Brands brings us this new film exploring Ecclesiastes 1:14 - 2:11 and the theme of destruction. The piece hinges on the idea that all our toiling, all our work is essentially meaningless.
Why God Keeps Making Conviction So Easy
Poet Kent Shaw brings us this challenging poem exploring conviction, the theme of destruction, and 2 Timothy 2:3.
Is This Heaven, Evan?
Composer/lyricist Don Chaffer and playwright Lori Fischer confront how a good God can exist in a world full of conflict and pain in their musical drama "Is This Heaven, Evan?"
Artist Eóin Burke uses epoxy resin and paint to create a sculpture that depicts the desolation, and dedication of a man who lost everything except his faith. This work was done in response to Job 1:20 and the theme of "Destruction".
Happiness is God
Ryan Pendell's new work, Happiness is God, restructures biblical text into a powerful response to the theme of "destruction" and Lamentations 3:1-18.
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