Scott is an awesome guy. His book speaks of that which is on my heart. As I've gotten to know him more, I appreciate his heart for the arts and for God's people to collaborate with the Holy Spirit through the arts.
I couldn't be more thrilled to have him speak at our church. Here are the details:
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
The Gallery @ Common Grounds Coffee Bar
2530 Cape Horn Road
Red Lion, PA 17356
This event is free and open to the public. Coffee and refreshments will be available.
Here is some more info about Scott...
J. Scott McElroy, author of Finding Divine Inspiration: Working with the Holy Spirit in Your Creativity (Destiny Image), and founder of The New Renaissance Rising will speak at Living Word Community Church in Red Lion, Tuesday March 9th, at 7pm. His topic will be "Finding Divine Inspiration: Collaborating with God to change the world through a New Renaissance in the arts."
Scott hosted the Animal Planet TV series “Wildlife Journal” (2004-2007) and has worked in creative professions for over 25 years, as an award-winning radio producer, writer, visual artist, and an international voiceover artist. He spent 20 years with Emmis Communications Indianapolis radio stations, has been a writer and film reviewer and produced and choreographed over a dozen televised fireworks synchronized-to-music shows. He has also narrated projects for clients such Visa, Intel, Land O’ Lakes, US Bank, the FCC, and the 8 disc Promises for Life scripture CD series. He is currently the Director of Arts at Vineyard Community Church in Indianapolis.
He speaks and teaches on the spiritual power of the arts, the Church's place in the coming “New Renaissance” in the arts, learning to collaborate with God through listening to His voice, how integrating the arts into the Church is essential for the maturity of the Body of Christ and more.
In Finding Divine Inspiration, Scott says, "You have a place in history no one else can fill. God planned good works (and work) for you even before you were born. Your destiny is joyful collaboration with Him, and that collaboration ushers His kingdom into the world."
Contact: deAnn Roe, Director of Creative Arts at LWCC: 717-755-0089 x126 or via email.