We hope this autumn/winter news update finds you well.
As we continue to move into the ‘new normal’ of living with Covid19, and the ways we must adapt to live now, it is noticeable how life is ‘speeding’ up again for many of us. The world is once again so busy, people are often so busy too – let us not forget in the midst of all we have on in our lives that God is our rock of strength and is with us, always.
“Hear my cry, O God; listen to my prayer. From the ends of the earth I call to you, I call as my heart grows faint; lead me to the rock that is higher than I.” Psalm 61:1-2
It is wonderful to be able to visit churches and organisations again. We have had the privilege of facilitating training times for volunteer leaders and seminars for wider community groups with emphasis on how creativity can help our mental health and wellbeing.
There is a growing awareness and need for checking in and re-evaluating how best to look after ourselves at the moment. Creativity is hugely beneficial to this and God has been ministering to hearts in beautiful, and unique ways as time is calved out of busy schedules to sit and be in His presence – bringing much needed refreshment, release and healing to lives.
Zoom sessions continue to be popular and reach such a wide range of people in different areas and countries – we are thankful for the way God brings groups together to create in unity and fellowship with Him.
We will be starting creativity and wellbeing programmes to support specific needs and ages in a 3-session format in the coming months. As these programmes develop we hope to offer the materials and training to churches and organisations to run themselves, either via zoom or face to face.
Over the last few months with the amazing help of Ben and a group of volunteers, participants and supporters a short video has been made to help share how God can use creativity to bring His healing. Do watch it – and encourage others to too.
Thank you for your support and prayers. We hope Created Creative’s news has encouraged and blessed you and we look forward to hearing from you and being in touch again very soon.
With love, the Created Creative Team
Would your church be interested in some taster creativity sessions (either via zoom or face to face) for groups to find out more about how God meets us through creativity and how a creative time benefits our wellbeing?
Do get in touch for an information pack or forward our details on to your leaders. We would love to connect with them.
For more information or help please e-mail us at email@example.com