About the Book
Book: Creative Fusion
Author: Charity Bowman Webb
Genre: RELIGION / Christian Living/Personal Growth
Release date: September 21, 2020
From the beginning of time, God endowed people with His creative intending for them to rule and steward over all the earth.
But Satan—once heaven’s most beautiful and creative angel—convinced Adam and Eve that the fruit from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil would give them a power that they already had. The moment that they ate the fruit, they handed their authority over to Satan. Oppression ruled the world; instead of the luminosity of heaven’s pattern advancing through the planet, creeping darkness took hold.
The enemy knows the highly effective powers of creativity all too well. Despite being cut off from its divine origin, he uses it with vigor to effectively communicate his counterfeit and repetitive message across the world.
Creative Fusion follows the interlinking tabernacle pattern of God laid out from Genesis through Revelation to provide Christians with the answers to reclaim the Lord’s creative energy and His DNA that He placed within us.
Author Charity Bowman-Webb wants readers to discover the magnificent wisdom in Scripture that will help them influence every area of society and harvest souls for God’s kingdom.
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About the Author
Charity Bowman-Webb is passionate about the prophetic and creativity. Her goal is to equip people to discover the creative DNA that God has planted in His children so that they can change culture and live their full design.
Charity works to ignite creative and pioneering ways of releasing God’s Spirit in the church and on the mission field. As the director of Streams Creative House, a mission of Streams Ministries International, Charity’s heart and calling are to help believers explore God though a depth of relationship, develop maturity through their revelatory gifts, and see restoration and understanding of the creativity of God released to transform society. She is passionate about helping Christians deepen their relationship with God by exploring their spiritual gifts and God-given creativity for worship, intercession, and mission.
In her native Scotland, she led the national creative team for CLAN (Christians Linked Across the Nation) for six years, helping to form a new pioneering community. She is also the cofounder of Blue Flame Ministry and helped to pioneer an evangelistic movement in prophetic and creative mission, training, and leading teams into secular settings.
Charity is also the author of Limitless: God’s Creative Mandate for His Church. She speaks regularly at ministries and churches for conferences, courses, and special events throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany, South Africa, and Singapore.
Charity and her husband, Alan, have two daughters and make their home in Inverness in the Scottish Highlands.
More from Charity
We believe that God has planted a creative DNA in every single person (Genesis 1); and when
we understand this and how to apply it, we tap into an incredibly powerful, unending source of
wisdom and creativity for any calling. streamscreativehouse.com
This book gives us insight into how God made each of us to be creative. I know when I think of that word, I immediately think of artists. However this book shows us that we are each created to be creative with the gifts that God has given us. I like how the author starts at the beginning and unpacks Genesis and how it all began. God created everything so that we may be His disciples. He wants the best for us and wants us to be confident as we go into the World.
I enjoyed reading about the Tabernacle and the different Biblical people with scripture and illustrations. There is a lot of information within the pages and I learned quite a bit that I was not aware of. I like books that open my eyes to the Bible in a fresh way and guides me to dig deeper into the Word of God.
The author does caution readers about how the enemy can turn our creativity to evil. The entertainment industry has an overwhelming way to reach many people across the world. We as Christians need to be cautious as we do creative things in this area. It is easy to fall prey to the enemy if we are not covered with prayer and keeping our eyes on God. I’m glad that we have Christian authors that give us books to entertain us and teach us without wavering from His Word.
This book made me think about the fashion industry, technology, music and so many other areas where the enemy can slip in and turn our creativity away from God. When he places us in these different areas, we have the opportunity to represent Him and turn what the enemy wants to use for evil into good. I like how the author reminds us that we all are creative and to use discernment when opportunities arise.
I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.
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