Douglas Mann

The Art of Helping Others (2 Chapter Audio Sampler)

The Art of Helping Others (2 Chapter Audio Sampler) by Douglas Mann
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For readers of:Andy Crouch, Madeliene L'Engle, Steve Turner, Makoto Fujimura, Erwin McManus
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Print Length138 pages
ISBN978-0-8308-3750-2
PublisherInterVarsity Press
Publication DateFebruary 4, 2014
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

The Art of Helping Others is a beautiful confession of sorts - an authentic, heart-moving memoir of joy, pain, sacrifice and hope...I've observed the journey that has inspired the passion Douglas Mann has for challenging how we live out our faith, how our creative natures intersect with following God's call and finding joy and freedom in the mess of it all. He graciously beckons us all to become creative inciters." - Jenni Catron, author of Clout.

About the Author

I’m a former record producer, published songwriter, a music business and book-publishing executive, missionary and now a published author, activist and creative inciter.

As an author, my writing style can best be described as Inspire to Act Nonfiction or better yet, A Cup of Cold Water in your Face Nonfiction.

Known as a “Creative Inciter,” I embrace the role of risk-taker culminating in positive and productive action from truth.

My writing studio is 6' x 6' and often makes me wonder if Tolstoy described my space when he wrote, “Six feet of land is all he needed.” Thankfully, imagination and creativity know no geographical boundaries.

I believe creative expression through art can impact the world around us. We can live out our faith creatively and push beyond the borders culture and church have placed on service and social justice. It’s an act of creative incitement. It’s the art of helping others.

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