7 episodes

Few realize how empowering the Bible is for writing and creativity. Join Hannah Mae (award-winning author, Bible scholar, videogame/book reviewer, and owner of the FlyingFaith blog) as she puts fiction under the Biblical lens and explores how the Scriptures and a relationships with Christ can meet every writer’s and every person’s needs. This is Biblical counseling for the creative mind!

FlyingFaith Talks‪!‬ Hannah Mae

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Few realize how empowering the Bible is for writing and creativity. Join Hannah Mae (award-winning author, Bible scholar, videogame/book reviewer, and owner of the FlyingFaith blog) as she puts fiction under the Biblical lens and explores how the Scriptures and a relationships with Christ can meet every writer’s and every person’s needs. This is Biblical counseling for the creative mind!

    Breaking Formula

    Breaking Formula

    Trying to come up with something original seems impossible anymore. It’s even reached a point where some Creatives believe originality no longer exists. However, God has already revealed to us His way of breaking formulas, and He didn’t have to throw away what’s familiar to do it…

    • 22 min
    What Do Audiences Want?

    What Do Audiences Want?

    When Christian Creatives strive to entertain the crowds, we struggle for relevance. What’s popular? What do people like? Can we meet their standards? Well, the Bible proves two things. We’ve got the ultimate solution in our grasp, and that the world’s usual approach is completely backwards…

    • 25 min
    “Sins of Empire” Book Analysis

    “Sins of Empire” Book Analysis

    A broken war hero; a reluctant spy; and a mercenary general’s paths cross in Brian McClellan’s thrilling story of pain, power, and intrigue. Yet does its messages and themes stack up to Scripture as well as its stellar entertaining qualities?

    • 25 min
    Conflicted Advertising

    Conflicted Advertising

    After the book is written, the song compiled, and the game developed; marketing becomes the mission. But when the creator must openly vouch for their creation numerous times, could this be interpreted as tooting your own horn? Is it prideful? A necessary evil? Or can the Bible help us turn the act of self-marketing into a spiritually edifying process?

    • 19 min
    Reality vs. Integrity

    Reality vs. Integrity

    Many Christian writers question whether its more important to include harsher realities of life in their creative works or to play it safe for sensitive audiences. Which is the wisest choice? Can the Bible help us untangle this mess?

    • 22 min
    Averting Over-Preachiness

    Averting Over-Preachiness

    Nobody likes a ‘preachy’ story—not even those who agree with the message. Is there any way for Christian writers to present the Gospel message without annoying their audience? Why does it seem so hard? Is it better to not even try? Well, the Bible might actually hold the answers...

    • 18 min

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