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The God-hungry imagination

Sarah Arthur

The God-hungry imagination

the art of storytelling for postmodern youth ministry

by Sarah Arthur

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Published by Upper Room Books in Nashville, TN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Imagination,
  • Church work with youth,
  • Spiritual formation,
  • Storytelling,
  • Christianity

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-203).

    StatementSarah Arthur
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV4447 .A77 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination207 p. ;
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24801611M
    ISBN 100835899195
    ISBN 109780835899192
    LC Control Number2007000449

    ― Sarah Arthur, The God-Hungry Imagination: The Art of Storytelling for Postmodern Youth Ministry. 0 likes. Like “To the God-hungry imagination, the fallen world is a crummy place much of the time; we rightly long for the land at the back of the wardrobe, the kingdom east of the sun and west of the moon.”.   On the Multiplication of Dragons – Part 3: Stories and our Children “Stealing past watchful dragons, is then getting past dry (sometimes we might say legalistic) pictures and perceptions of God and Jesus, and making them come alive.” (from ‘On The Multiplication of Dragons’) We as adults should be careful that we do not brush off a child’s imagination and .

      This book is not just for church leaders but is for anyone who would like to learn what it means to have the heart of a shepherd. The book has lots of moving stories, great instruction, and is very motivating. I read one chapter this morning and put the book down. I then began to pray about my own heart. Here is a brief sample of the book.   Stories have the potential to embody biblical and theological content in ways that sink into the imagination, take root, and grow. – Sarah Arthur The God-Hungry Imagination.

    1. God of all the hungry millions, God who suffers with the poor, still our greed keeps us from sharing with the hungry at our door. All who thirst will thirst no longer when we do as you would do. May we care for all your people; help us know that they are you God who travels with the stranger, greeted by our apath. The God-Hungry Imagination: The Art of Storytelling for Post-Modern Youth Ministry The One Year Coffee with God: Devotions to Perk Up Your Day Walking Through the Wardrobe: A Devotional Quest into The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Dating Mr. Darcy: The Smart Girl’s Guide to Sensible Romance Walking with Bilbo: A Devotional.


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Welcome to my blog for The God-Hungry Imagination: The Art of Storytelling for Postmodern Youth Ministry (Upper Rooms Books, Oct. Here you'll find links, quotes, resources, comments, and further musings on the role of imagination and story in the spiritual formation of today's young people.

“To the God-hungry imagination, the fallen world is a crummy place much of the time; we rightly long for the land at the back of the wardrobe, the kingdom east of the sun and west of the moon.” ― Sarah Arthur, The God-Hungry Imagination: The Art.

The God-Hungry Imagination: The Art of Storytelling for Postmodern Youth Ministry By Sarah Arthur Upper Room Books, “This is not a book that will simply inform you. Sarah Arthur’s intent is to transform your soul and ministry, to help you re. She affirms this herself, multiple times, throughout "God-Hungry Imagination." For better and worse, this is the lens through which she writes.

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[Sarah Arthur] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. THE HUMAN IMAGINATION hungers for substance, for meaning, for God.

If it encounters a world without meaning, it slowly starves for lack of anything to chew on. The “organs of meaning” must have something to eat. Feeding the God-hungry imagination is, I believe, precisely the church’s task in spiritual formation.

– Sarah Arthur. The God-Hungry Imagination: The Art of Storytelling for Postmodern Youth Ministry (Upper Room Books, Oct ) explores the role of imagination and narrative in spiritual formation, reframing the youth pastor as "resident bard" and both scripture and the church as "narratable" worlds into which youth are invited.

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Read N.T. Wright’s lecture on biblical authority. Feeding the God-Hungry Imagination. While defenders of Christianity attempt to barge through the front door of reason by arguing the case for Christ, the Holy Spirit has been slipping through the back door of the imagination without the church's permission or even notice.

She is the author of several popular books including Walking with Frodo, Dating Mr. Darcy, and The God-Hungry Imagination. Sarah is married, the proud new mother of a baby boy, and a consultant for the C.

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