Culture Care : Reconnecting With Beauty For Our Common Life

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Foreword By Mark Labberton
Preface
1. On Becoming Generative
2. Culture Care Defined
3. Black River, Cracked Lands
4. From Culture Wars To A Common Life
5. Soul Care
6. Beauty As Food For The Soul
7. Leadership From The Margins
8. “Tell ’em About The Dream!”
9. Two Lives At The Margins
10. Our Calling In The Starry Night
11. Opening The Gates
12. Cultivating Cultural Soil
13. Cultural Estuaries
14. Custodians Of Culture Care
15. Business Care
16. Practical Advice For Artists
17. Tilling Our Cultural Soil In The Age Of Anxiety
18. New Vocabularies, New Stories
19. What If?
A Gratuitous Postscript
Discussion Guide

Additional Info
Culture is not a territory to be won or lost but a resource we are called to steward with care. Culture is a garden to be cultivated. Many bemoan the decay of culture. But we all have a responsibility to care for culture, to nurture it in ways that help people thrive. In Culture Care artist Makoto Fujimura issues a call to cultural stewardship, in which we become generative and feed our culture’s soul with beauty, creativity, and generosity. We serve others as cultural custodians of the future. This is a book for artists, but artists come in many forms. Anyone with a calling to create-from visual artists, musicians, writers, and actors to entrepreneurs, pastors, and business professionals-will resonate with its message. This book is for anyone with a desire or an artistic gift to reach across boundaries with understanding, reconciliation, and healing. It is a book for anyone with a passion for the arts, for supporters of the arts, and for “creative catalysts” who understand how much the culture we all share affects human thriving today and shapes the generations to come. Culture Care includes a study guide for individual reflection or group discussion.

Description

SKU (ISBN): 9780830845033
Makoto Fujimura
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: 2017
Publisher: InterVarsity Press

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