As I write this, I am sitting in my office which is now also my bedroom, my closet, and a storage space for various musical instruments, all my throw rugs, and two extra mattresses. We are renovating our upstairs bathroom, so my household is in upheaval. Furniture is pushed into corners, huddled in tight clusters. The living room has sheets of drywall leaning against the wall. The floors are covered in brown paper. There is a plastic curtain surrounding the construction site. Bare wires...
Sometimes art literally saves lives. Sheri McConnell from Kelowna joins Kris MacQueen and Matte Downey for a conversation about what it means to affect change through creative work.
A conversation that touches some holy moments. Hosts Matte Downey and Kris MacQueen join Vineyard Canada National Director (and life-long imaginator/creative) David Ruis in exploring a conversation about "creational" creativity. What does the Church do with creativity that doesn't fit the mould we're used to? Does there need to be an explicit purpose in our creativity that validates it or is it enough to do work that we can look at and say "It's good"?
In this pilot episode of The Imaginators Podcast, hosts Kris MacQueen and Matte Downey explore a big-picture conversation around creativity, truth, goodness and beauty. And yummy potato soup. And purple pomegranates.