In our final episode of the "A Place of Beauty Podcast," we continue in Isaiah 61, focusing on verses 8-13. How do we respond to the Lord's recreation of a fractured world? How does the artwork of kintsugi reflect truths about God's people? Can we be more than just kintsugi people, but kintsgui masters in our communities?
United Adoration's "A Place of Beauty Podcast" is a 21-week series to complement our devotional, "A Place of Beauty." Every Monday, from Advent to Easter, we invite artists (and non-artists) to meditate on Scripture and to consider their identity, struggles, and creative process in the light of the True Creator, the Triune God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. To purchase the devotional, visit Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
by Elise Massa
Scripture (NRSV) read by Mark Stevenson
Featured Music: "Holy Mystery" sung by Justin Carlson
Background Music: When We Found The Horizon by Late Night Feeler