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Creating Change: The Arts as Catalyst for Spiritual Transformation

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Music, dance, drama, visual art, writing what role do the arts play in our spiritual life? Some people believe the arts are essential to their spiritual practice because they bring moments of insight and transformation to their journey.
Creating Change explores the many ways the arts cultivate spiritual depth and transformation. Stories from artists and congregations revea
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Paperback, 156 pages
Published September 6th 2008 by Copperhouse
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