Ed Cyzewski

Creating Space: The Case for Everyday Creativity

Creating Space: The Case for Everyday Creativity  by Ed Cyzewski
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Print Length40 pages
Publication Date2012
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

Creativity is a gift everyone has been given to share, but doubt, discouragement, and distractions hinder the ability of many to pursue their creative passions. Creating Space advocates for the creative gifts in every person, arguing that...

- Creativity is not a mistake.

- Creativity can be developed.

- Creativity is a vitally important gift for others.

This brief manifesto on creativity is for everyone. Whether you doodle, sing in the shower, knit scarves, or scribble poems, Creating Space will encourage you to make space in your life in order to fulfill your creative calling, using your gifts to their fullest extent.

Creating Space has been downloaded over 15,000 times and averages 4.4 stars out of 5 on Amazon.

From the reviews:

“Enter Ed's book where I've been given the permission I needed to be creative.”“The best thing about it was the freedom it gave me to create without feeling guilty about it."

About the Author

Ed Cyzewski (MDiv Biblical Theological Seminary) is the author of A Christian Survival Guide: A Lifeline to Faith and Growth, Coffeehouse Theology: Reflecting on God in Everyday Life, Unfollowers: Unlikely Lessons on Faith from Those Who Doubted Jesus, and The Good News of Revelation.

He is a freelance writer in Columbus, OH who has contributed to numerous magazines and book projects. His blog www.edcyzewski.com is where writing, prayer, and bad puns intersect.

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