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God's Invitation to Creative Play

God's Invitation to Creative Play

by Jesse White

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Jesse White shares God's invitation to strengthen our relationship with the Divine through creative play. Being creative—such as when we practice an art form, or garden, or envision new ideas—can awaken flow, healing, and spiritual discernment that points us toward faithful action. By reconnecting with the ease of creativity we knew as children, we also reconnect with the ease of knowing God. We are all creative, and we were created to create. Sometimes anxieties or fears surface during our creative process. This pamphlet offers insight into feeling and moving through those uncomfortable emotions toward a spiritually nourishing and creative collaboration with the Divine.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162224198
Publisher: Pendle Hill Publications
Publication date: 04/28/2021
Series: Pendle Hill Pamphlets , #468
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 137 KB

About the Author

Jesse White is a narrative expressionist visual artist and poet, teacher, and expressive arts therapist from Philadelphia, PA. She is a queer Quaker mystic. Jesse is the director of Pigeon Arts, a cathartic art-making organization serving greater Philadelphia. She formerly served as the Arts & Spirituality Coordinator at Pendle Hill. A convinced Friend since age four, she currently clerks her childhood meeting, Frankford Monthly Meeting (PA). Jesse earned her joint BA with honors in Creative and Spiritual Process and in Psychology from Guilford College and her MBA in Healthcare Administration from American Intercontinental University.
Jesse was born and raised in Philadelphia. Her paintings, altered books, and photography have been exhibited in Pennsylvania and North Carolina and internationally in the United Kingdom and Colombia. Her artwork has been featured in national publications including Philadelphia Jazz Stories Illustrated, Young Ravens Literary Magazine, Friends Journal, and Types & Shadows. Jesse’s poetry also appears in Types & Shadows, as well as in local and national publications including The Apiary, Quaker Life, and Sensexual. She is working on an illustrated poetic memoir. More about Jesse and her creative work can be found at

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