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 relationship with Christ can meet every writer’s and every person’s needs. This is Biblical counseling for the creative mind!
The Eternal Spark: Part 1 - Feat: Allen Arnold
(Part 1) Many strive to make that ‘timeless’ masterpiece: one that’ll ring through the generations! But what does it take to create works with an eternal spark? What even is an eternal spark?
How NOT to Study the Bible - Feat: Pastor Greg Birdwell
We must use the Bible to live and create in God’s way, but there’s a right and a wrong way to study God’s Word. What are the pitfalls? How can we be sure we’re studying the Bible rightly?
“Infernal Fall” Book Analysis
Bryan Mitchell’s hit novel promises a thriller of Hell-ish proportions. Still, for a tale about a living man stumbling into Hell, can a saving hope exist in such a story? Or even in its author?
Dealing in Nightmares
Horror today predominantly glorifies the demonic and gruesome, but does the genre actually have to? Could the creepy and dark be a means to glorify God in a creative Christian’s hands? Or should horror be shunned completely? Can we dare to deal in nightmares?
Return to the Lamppost
Since its founding, FlyingFaith has promoted the Bible as the ultimate resource for all creative problems. It’s our lamppost to adventure, but can we really believe that? Is the Bible genuinely the best place to return to when creatively stuck?
“Prophetess of Arden” Book Analysis
In L. A. Thornhill’s book “Prophetess of Arden”, a modern girl is thrust into a fantasy world to become its last prophetess. But how good is this epic quest, and what does this novel reveal about its own author and ourselves?