Called to Create: A Biblical Invitation to Create, Innovate, and Risk by Jordan Raynor

Called to Create: A Biblical Invitation to Create, Innovate, and Risk

We were created by an infinitely creative God to reflect his love and character to the world. One way we do that is by continuing his creative work. In this energizing book, serial entrepreneur and bestselling author Jordan Raynor helps artists, entrepreneurs, writers, and other creatives reimagine our work as service to God and others, addressing such penetrating question...

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  • Jodi
    I loved this book! I never looked at God’s creation of the Universe and us as him being an entrepreneur. I’m guilty of creating my business The Resume Studio as a means to make a living but never as something he put into my heart to serve Him and do his work. This book not only opened my e...
  • Patti Meyerdirk
    This book has changed my perspective about the eternal value of all the things I create, such as in my scrapbooking, baking, writing, and other things throughout the day. I highly recommend this book to all entrepreneurs, creatives, and all those in full time ministry. He begins with "God was the fi...
  • Alexis
    As a creator and aspiring entrepreneur who gets to work a day job supporting other creators, I was so excited to get my hands on Jordan Raynor's book Called to Create, out this month from Baker Publishing.Raynor presents the biblical case for creators, innovators, and risk takers to fulfill their ca...
  • Joan
    This book is not quite what I anticipated, based on the title. I thought the book would deal with being creative in general. Raynor, however, has focused this book on only one aspect of being creative, being an entrepreneur.I was surprised at Raynor beginning his book by saying God was the first ent...
  • Lori Sutton
    Great book for Christian EntrepreneursThis book was so good. It was motivating, uplifting, and knowledgeable. It was also nice that it was a book for Christian entrepreneurs. ...
  • Emilie Hendryx
    Are you called to create?In this stunning, and possibly ground-breaking, book by Jordan Raynor, we find that there is such a thing as being "Called to Create".I've been a creative person from the start. Growing up in a home where my father is an artists and musician and my mother is a quilter and a ...
  • Kori
    For Christian artists who have been told their creation isn’t valuable enough, not religious enough, not evangelical enough, or has no eternal significance....this book is for you. And it will change the way you think about your work....
  • Elizabeth Johnson
    We are all creative in some manner. We all create processes, routines, or methods for our jobs (whether paid or unpaid). We all must figure out how to best juggle various roles and responsibilities, without failing miserably in any of them. We all must effectively adapt prior-learned skills and acad...
  • Caleb
    This book really got me thinking about creating for God’s glory and the good of others. About using profit to pour back into loving people and advancing God’s Kingdom. All the stories of how different people applied these truths in their life, ideas, and businesses were inspiring. ...

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