Welcome to the Shivoo!

Welcome to the Shivoo!

WHY DO CREATIVE CHRISTIANS STRUGGLE TO FIND BELONGING? The human impulse to create is a reflection of the Creator's image shaped inside of us. So, why does a sense of value seem so elusive? Maybe it's because creatives don't quite understand our origin. Does a spiritual hub for creativity even exist? In the beginning, God Himself created. The Creator revealed Himself, and His Word, by announcing the beginning of everything. His creative joy was to mingle with the first humans in a vast, flourishing garden. Through His artistic activity in nature, and through specific forms of communication, the Logos expressed Himself as a place of belonging for us. The Creator's ingenuity is expressed in the ongoing logos, thriving in analytical speech, radiant in nature, just and merciful in His law. The logos is expounded in human gifts, offices, and fruits of the Spirit. His Spirit "goes live" making all of God's expressions live. Whether you consider yourself a creative, or whether you are attached to one through bloodline or other ties, these ten game rules will inspire goodwill and good work. The best parties and mind-bending games don't just happen. A successful Shivoo takes a lot of strategy, some heart, a list of resources, and a guest list. It is easy enough to get lost in the winding, bumpy, intersecting paths of life without having the benefit of a central axis. Giving a spiritual axis to a creative is particularly important. We need that correctly chiseled hub to spin our wheels because we have voices that are apt to be used in public. Who, then, do we mimic? Who are our mentors? When you understand the rules to a game placed on a table before you, you'll begin to step into the strategy with the playing pieces. In this game, there can be many winners because each person is being summoned up an individual path. Nevertheless, the stakes are high. Enjoy the points of discussion, and make the most of your game plan.


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