Though this site is for and about spirit-led creatives, we want to leave a message for anyone who dares to dream.
You dare to see beyond your now, witness the vision God has for you, then go for it — quaking in your boots the entire way. We love you and are praying for you.
God, we pray for the dreams and us, the dreamers. We serve as vessels for your kingdom on Earth and we pray for all those who feel a swell of passion coming forth — knowing it is your Holy Spirit rising in them.
I was a troublemaker in Sunday school. No, not because I was passing notes (though they were passed, discreetly). I was a troublemaker because I did the worst thing a young Southern Baptist born and raised girl can do: I asked questions. The big questions.
If Noah and his family were the only people left on Earth after the flood, how did they repopulate without incest? If drinking alcohol is a sin, why was it okay for Jesus to do it? If it took seven days to create the Earth, what about the dinosaurs?
That last one was the question that got me in real trouble. I was publicly scolded by my teacher for causing a commotion. Luckily, my parents were reasonable human beings and didn’t see the harm in having an inquisitive eight-year-old. But even with their support, I subliminally learned a lesson that day: asking questions wasn’t Christian.
The first verb, first act, the first moment recorded in the centuries old text we hold so dear was one of creation. The practice of manifesting something from what was once nothing kick started this whole thing.
God wrote this text, so he made the choice to record creation first. This does not cancel out all other acts to follow, but it does position creation as first, primary, coming before all others.
I believe this gives us a peek into God’s insides…His inner voice…if he has one. We see what consumes his mind and urges His inspiration.
When faced with the endless void of pre-universe, He decided to paint the sky at sunset. He chose to compose the bird’s morning song. He chose to fashion the canyons and design the depths of the ocean floor. When allowed to do all or nothing, he chose to create.
He chose the be a creative…and so have we.
Featuring Kelly Jack, Writer and Author
I’m terrified because I have to be transparent. But, it’s time for me to put me aside and let people see Him. — Kelly
I am so excited that you are interested and hope to get to know you more.
My goal is to give spirit-led creatives a place to be educated, equipped, and elevated through cooperation, collaboration, and community, and we need you to be a part.
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Featuring: Gino & Blanca Vian, Merchant & Market
I think now knowing that God’s hand is in everything that we do, we really trust that he’s given us this dream, and he’s guiding us through it. — Blanca
Season 1 launches next week and we wanted to give you a peek into my mind. Enjoy!
The idea for[Create]Faith came to me through my work as a fashion and lifestyle writer.
I spent my days interviewing designers, artists, and many other types of creatives and, though we would cover many topics, the subject would inevitably shift to their inspirations. Most would go to great lengths to describe the ways they seek out their muse, but some would greet my question with reluctance. I could see the nervousness on their faces as they searched for the right words, as opposed to the full truth.
Then, they would utter a phrase that both annoyed and saddened me…
“I don’t want to get too spiritual but…”
They didn’t want to get too spiritual with a reporter.
They didn’t want to get too spiritual with a rep from a major magazine.
They didn’t want to get too spiritual with someone whose beliefs they couldn’t pinpoint.
They didn’t want to get too spiritual with me.