Author Archive

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.

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.



Photographer Melissa Beck’s new sculpture responds to the theme of “meals” and 1 Kings 17:7-16.



Our favorite banjo player, Cameron DeWhitt, joins us this week for a look at yeast in his new piece Leavener in response to the theme of “meals” and 1 Corinthians 5:7-8.

Haman’s Last Meal


Vesper Stamper’s beautiful new work in response to the theme of “meals” and Esther 7:1-10, in which Haman is taken away to be hanged during a banquet.

A Call to Solitude


Ariele Macadangdang explores the theme “meals” and Hosea 2:6-23 in this new piece for violin, guitar, and narrator.

Decay and Provision


Photographer Daniel Du brings us this beautiful set of photographs in response to the theme of poverty and Phillipians 4:19.

How Many Shapes Must a God Take?


Poet Phil Memmer’s brings us this new poem in response to the theme of “stranger” and Exodus 3:2-4.

Ishmael and the Whale


Composer Doug Detrick takes a look at the Book of Jonah as it relates to the great American novel, Moby Dick.

The Father


We are thrilled to welcome the band Lowland Hum to Spark and Echo Arts this week with a new song in response to the theme of poverty and verses from 1 John.

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