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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.

Why God Keeps Making Conviction So Easy

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Poet Kent Shaw brings us this challenging poem exploring conviction, the theme of destruction, and 2 Timothy 2:3.

Happiness is God

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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.

Breadth

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

Leavener

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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

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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

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

Decay and Provision

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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?

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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

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

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