What can we learn about God from what He has made? If the birds and flowers could speak, what might they tell us about the wonders He has done? How does observing the seasons, the beauty, the order and chaos of this world reveal about the Creator of it all? Author Hannah Anderson shares lessons from nature that result in awe and worship of our great and glorious God with Ken and Deb in the Morning!
What role do the arts play in spiritual formation? How does a beautiful melody, a captivating photo, or a memorizing painting assist us in our prayer life or help us handle our emotions? Writer, editor, creative mentor Terry Glaspe inspires us to stop the utilitarian approach to life to take in the wonder and depth of the creative process, and in doing so, grow closer to God.
Hannah Anderson lives in the haunting Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. She spends her days working beside her husband in rural ministry, caring for their three children, and scratching out odd moments to write. In those in-between moments, she contributes to a variety of Christian publications and is the author of Made for More (Moody, 2014) and Humble Roots (Moody, 2016).
Terry Glaspe is a writer, editor, creative mentor, and someone who finds various forms of art—painting, films, novels, poetry, and music—to be some of the places where he most deeply connects with God. He has a master's degree in history from the University of Oregon, as well as undergraduate degrees emphasizing counseling and pastoral studies. He has written over a dozen books, including Not a Tame Lion: The Spiritual Legacy of C.S. Lewis, The Prayers of Jane Austen, 25 Keys to Life-Changing Prayer, Bible Basics for Everyone, and others. He has two daughters and lives in Eugene, Oregon.