Multi-talented artist Janielle Kastner explores the similarities between us and those whom we would distance ourselves from in this vulnerable and raw poem based on Jude 1:5-7.
Playwright Caroline Turner Cole explores Jude 1:20-23 through the lens of addiction and the path of recovery in this one act script with a reading performed by Stacy Ann Strang, Alexandra Hulme, and Taylor LeBaron.
Comedian Paul Schissler explores the unseen side of the comedian’s life in response to Ecclesiastes 4:13-16.
Iv Amenti’s ‘silent film’ contemplates the juxtapositions of reality and dreams, foolishness and wisdom found in Ecclesiastes 5:3.
Crystal Irby’s poem in response to Ecclesiastes 3:3 examines the painful road to hope and healing.
Poet Darryl Ratcliff dreams of a life-filled future while wrestling with current injustice in response to Ecclesiastes 9:4.
Cartoonist Drew Dernavich explores chance, fate, and absurdity in this work he created in response to Ecclesiastes 9:11: I have seen something else under the sun: The race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong, nor does food come to the wise or wealth to the brilliant or favor to the learned;…
Aliki Barnstone’s bold poem challenges the role and portrayal of women in response to 2 Kings 9:30-37.
Creative writer Seth Villegas explores the aftermath of the old prophet’s lie in his short story, “The Old Prophet Stands,” based off of 1 Kings 13.
Joseph Chapman’s contemplative poem examines the relational dichotomy of the powerful and those who support them, inspired by 1 Kings 5:13.