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God, Improv, and the Art of Living (udgave 2018)

af MaryAnn McKibben Dana (Forfatter), Susan B. Isaacs (Forord)

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We are all improvisers! The central principle of "yes, and . . ." in improvisational theater has produced a lot of great comedy. But it also offers an invigo­rating approach to life in general, and the spiritual life in particular. From Moses to Ruth to Jesus, Scripture is full of people boldly saying "yes, and . . ." as they accept what life throws their way and build upon it. Pastor, speaker, and improv aficionada MaryAnn McKibben Dana here blends Scripture, psychology, theology, and pop culture in a wise, funny, down-to-earth guide to improv as a practice for life. Offering concrete spiritual wisdom in the form of seven improvi­sational principles, this book will help readers become more awake, creative, resilient, and ready to play--even (and perhaps especially) when life doesn't go according to plan."We are all improvisers," says McKibben Dana, "whether we realize it or not. We improvise in order to get through the day. We improvise when life surprises us. We do it without even thinking about it. This book will help you do it better."… (mere)
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Titel:God, Improv, and the Art of Living
Forfattere:MaryAnn McKibben Dana (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Susan B. Isaacs (Forord)
Info:Eerdmans (2018)
Samlinger:SMSJ CPE Library
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Nøgleord:Christian Life, Improvisation (Acting)

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We are all improvisers! The central principle of "yes, and . . ." in improvisational theater has produced a lot of great comedy. But it also offers an invigo­rating approach to life in general, and the spiritual life in particular. From Moses to Ruth to Jesus, Scripture is full of people boldly saying "yes, and . . ." as they accept what life throws their way and build upon it. Pastor, speaker, and improv aficionada MaryAnn McKibben Dana here blends Scripture, psychology, theology, and pop culture in a wise, funny, down-to-earth guide to improv as a practice for life. Offering concrete spiritual wisdom in the form of seven improvi­sational principles, this book will help readers become more awake, creative, resilient, and ready to play--even (and perhaps especially) when life doesn't go according to plan."We are all improvisers," says McKibben Dana, "whether we realize it or not. We improvise in order to get through the day. We improvise when life surprises us. We do it without even thinking about it. This book will help you do it better."

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