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For the Prison of Skin (A Prayer Triptych)

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Poet Philip Metres brings us this meditation on suffering, pain, and release in response to the theme of healing and Matthew 8:5-13.

A Husband Eavesdrops as His Wife Confides in a Box of Matches

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Poet Lauren Berry brings us two beautiful poems that explore the theme of eavesdropping in 1 Corinthians 14:33, Luke 12:3, and Ephesians 4:31-32 in a very intimate way.

Distant Greetings

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Screenwriter Samuel Gray Anderson explores the theme of healing and Hebrews 11:13-16 in his new script about a father attempting to reunite with his son from a past life.

Rumor Mill

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Musician and native New Yorker Russ Flynn has created a delightfully funky new work in response to the theme of eavesdropping and Ecclesiastes 7:21-25.     Listen: Rumor Mill   Artist Statement: “Rumor Mill” is like a game of involuntary telephone; a conversation being overheard, perhaps taken out of context, and restated with misinformation/imperfection. There are…

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Dancer Helen Hale created this beautiful and contemplative new dance piece in response to the theme of eavesdropping and Genesis 18:9-15.

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Artist Joe Schiavone explores the theme of eavesdropping as it relates to God’s omnipotence in Malachi 3:13-18.

Alfred, Gwen, and Steve

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In her new monologue Alfred, Gwen, and Steve, theater artist Jean Ann Douglass reflects on the theme of eavesdropping and Ecclesiastes 7:21.

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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.

You Yourself

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Artist Jason Jaspersen brings us this image in response to Ecclesiastes 7:21-25 and the theme of destruction.

Under the Sun

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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.

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