creative writing as a spiritual practice

about creative writing

Exploring the power of words
to open us up to the presence of God
in our stories, our lives, our world.

This is a space to explore the places where creative and spiritual formation intersect. Together we’ll grow on our journey of attentiveness, intentionality, gratitude and empathy.

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New Prompts 3 Times a Week

The Creative Writing as a Spiritual Practice Facebook Group has been active since June 2019 and currently houses nearly 100 people interested in exploring faith and life through words.

email group

Weekly Interactive Email Prompts

The Creative Writing as a Spiritual Practice Email Group is a once weekly email with a quote and two writing prompts. Members are invited to write, reflect, and if interested, share with the group. 

conferences

We’ll Bring Creative Writing to You

Pastor Debbie has been leading Creative Writing as a Spiritual Practice Retreats for several years at a variety of venues across the country. Come away from the busyness of your life to experience creative writing as a spiritual practice. 

"Thank you for kindling a spark to explore more creative ways to worship and appreciate God and others."

 

– Individual in a Life Transition

“I was excited to see a person I hadn’t seen in over 50 years comment on something I wrote - and then join the group.”

 

– Retiree Looking for Community

“I love doing these - even if I don’t respond out loud - I do it in my head.”

 

– Student

creative writing on facebook

Pastor Debbie leads Creative Writing as a Spiritual Practice on Facebook. Join us as we explore the power of words to open us up to the Presence of God in our stories, our lives, our world.

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Nobody sees a flower – really – it is so small it takes time – we haven’t time - and to see takes time, like to have a friend takes time.  Georgia O’Keefe

"Nobody sees a flower – really – it is so small it takes time – we haven’t time - and to see takes time, like to have a friend takes time." Georgia O’Keefe ... See MoreSee Less

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The joy of being retired is to have all the time in the world to stop and smell the flowers. If only we learned this lesson at a much younger age.

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