Sojourn Arts & Culture, a ministry of Sojourn Church in Louisville, recently interviewed Seedbed author and friend Dave Harrity.
Michael Winters: I know that daily writing is something you’re an advocate for. Why is that something that’s important for you?
Dave Harrity: I think, the main reason is that it gives you some kind of tangible anchor. You can look back and say, “This is how I numbered my days. This is how I counted it.” There are a lot of different ways you can do that, just writing in a book is my way.
Making Manifest: On Faith, Creativity, and the Kingdom at Hand is book of devotional meditations and exercises designed for personal spiritual growth and innovative community building. Through 28-days of poetry, prayer, writing practice, contemplation, and personal reflection, Harrity teaches and explores ways individuals and their religious circles can begin to renew and awaken faith by daily creative practice. Purchase your copy here.