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New Creation

Partnering in the New Creation

Fuller's Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts

Partnering in the New Creation

Building on the ideas and practices explored in Nurturing Your God-Given Creativity, this course encourages you to understand the importance of the physical in our world, and to value God’s sanctification of all of your senses—not just your mind and heart. You’ll learn from artists who partner with the Holy Spirit in acts of image-, music- and community-making and reflect on your own understanding of beauty and its purpose. Ultimately, you’ll design a set of sustainable practices that cultivate your artistry and help you share it with the world.

We estimate that this will take you 17 hours to complete (but not all in one sitting!).

Learning Module Content

What can I expect from this course?
FULLER Equip Courses include videos, writings, articles, questions and exercises so that you can immediately apply what you learn to your work or context.

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Fuller's Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts

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