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"I have found the courses I’ve taken from you to be very edifying and inspirational. Your content is always spot on and obviously inspired.

And even your lovely, soothing voice is a balm to the spirit. You are a cool glass of water in a parched and thirsty world!"

- Lynda Forgues


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Imagination; Biblical Fuel For Creative Growth will teach you - the power and role of biblical imagination. - growth that is encouraged - imagination that is cursed - uniqueness that is limitless - expectation of the supernatural Questions for you: -What would you create if you had a vivid imagination and technical skill? - Could you be confident you used your imagination in a manner pleasing to God at the end of a successful art career? - Is there a metric, or scale, to assess the fruitfulness of your imagination? - Does God endow, sustain, increase, and bless a particular kind of imagination? If you've thought of imagination as an abstract concept that was too remote to understand, you are not alone. I once believed the same! But biblical truth is always simple and powerful. Truth stands alone, unaffected by any challenge thrown its way. Its power lies in the fact that it can be tested and proven, over and over again! The Bible has a lot to say about imagination. What it reveals is profound with huge implications for you as an artist. Learn how to feed your imagination in a manner God endorses and experience His tangible partnership in your work. This course will NOT teach you art techniques in any media. IMAGINATION is a Bible Study is to renew your mind to THINK differently according to Romans 12:2 for fruitfulness as an artist!





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DISCLAIMER: The Palm & Pen School does not teach specific art and media techniques, marketing, accounting or financial money management. The courses in the School are aimed at equipping  Christian Visual Artists to successfully pursue their calling by renewing their mind with truths from the Bible.


In the Kingdom of God, faith is the real currency that brings about results. If you put Biblical principles to work you will see results.


I don't make any promise that God does not in His Bible. I merely articulate them in the context of art and from the perspective of my experience.


It is up to you to put these to practice, in faith, exercising patience until you see results. I make no guarantees, because outcomes are up to you.

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