Making Crosses:

A Creative Connection to God

Driftwood Memorial

Posted by makingcrosses on October 29, 2009

Just returned from the Mississippi River shoreline with a large piece of driftwood. We will be creating a driftwood memorial at a local hospital for employees and family members who have died during the year.  A group memorial created by individuals using pebbles, seashells, ivy, hydrangea blossoms, ceramic pearls. As with all this cross making business, we will see.

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New things

Posted by makingcrosses on October 24, 2009

We (me and the book!) keep being presented with new ways of using creative prayer to bring people into the presence of God. Can “Making Crosses” respond? Be praying that we (the book and me) can move with the Holy Spirit.

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Kids Making Crosses

Posted by makingcrosses on October 20, 2009

I’ll be talking to the staff at the Catholic school system in January about using cross making for the kids. It’s kind of intimidating, talking to educators. But what about this process hasn’t been intimidating?

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Creators vs artists

Posted by makingcrosses on August 26, 2009

In preparing for tomorrow’s workshop at a nursing home, I had time – again – to think about creators vs artists. We are all creators, but most of us have been told – or have told ourselves – that we are not artists. Would that we all could engage in creation without worrying about the artist label.

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Hello world!

Posted by makingcrosses on August 21, 2009

Welcome to Making Crosses!

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