In this time of coronavirus, when we have the chance to rebuild, what can the church learn from the creative ways God uses to minister to us? In this time of pain, restlessness and change, can we use creative expressions to point to the source of comfort, peace and steadfastness? And how is God using the church and Christians in the arts to do this already?

You can click through to all the articles in the series below, where Christians in creative ministries share their thoughts on these questions:

Creative ministry: The heavens declare…

Creative ministry: The heavens declare…

Why does God minister through creativity? And in a time of rebuilding, what can we learn from our creative God as we minister and reach out with the message of Jesus?
Creative ministry: Capturing God’s generous creation

Creative ministry: Capturing God’s generous creation

I had a conversation with landscape artist Peronel Barnes to find out how God is speaking through His creation and the creativity of Christians in lockdown.
Creative ministry: A gateway to the gospel

Creative ministry: A gateway to the gospel

Jonathan Rea, creative director of New Irish Arts, shares how creativity helps Christians to connect with culture and open a gateway to the gospel.
Creative ministry: Rebuilding worship

Creative ministry: Rebuilding worship

Two worship leaders share their new-found creativity in worship, why they’ll hold onto it after restrictions on singing end, and why “singing has always been dangerous”.