Faith at work: Christianity in Ad Land

// Learning to make the connection between faith in work in the industry of advertising.

Written by Vicky Noble

3 things creative people need

// Being a creative person can be both an incredible adventure and a great struggle.

Written by Sarah Hawkins

The threads guide to loving festivals

// With Glastonbury kicking things off last weekend, it's time to start packing. Here are our nine top tips.

Written by Katherine Goodenough

Rooted: The hidden places where God develops you

// Banning Liebscher on waiting, growth and building good foundations...

Written by Banning Liebscher

What are we creating?

// We have an ability to create for good, despite our propensity to **** things up.

Written by Dave Luck

It’s not about the money, money, money…

// What motivates us to create what we create?

Written by Sarah Hawkins

We need people and people need patience

// Things I learnt while pretending to be an artist {PART THREE}

Written by Amie Aitken

Be OK with being bad at things – for now

// Things I’ve learned while pretending to be an artist {PART TWO}

Written by Amie Aitken

Things I’ve learnt while pretending to be an artist

// {PART ONE} You have to start somewhere, so just start.

Written by Amie Aitken

When your dreams aren’t yet a reality

// Three lessons creative beings, and everyone else, should learn.

Written by Sarah Hawkins

Created to create

// So why am I pushed into academic subjects rather than the arts?

Written by Sarah Hawkins

Will a prettier Bible read better?

// Don’t judge a book by it's cover. Or should we?

Written by Craig Hunter

This year I’m going to get bored

// "And most importantly, stopping gives us the chance to connect with our maker. It gives Him the chance to break...

Written by Lucy Mizen

The artist, the actor and the author

// Three home-grown talents speak about their work as Christians in the creative arts.

Written by Ed Mayhew

Why I hate Christmas

// Ladies and gentlemen, Scrooge has entered the building...

Written by Katherine Maxwell-Rose