Are you compartmentalizing God?
If you ever feel like your times spent praying or trying to read the Bible are disconnected from the rest of your day, you need this book.
Devotions aren't supposed to be isolated from your life; the God who created you also calls you to create—whether that is a business, a family, a book, a photograph, a website, a sermon, or a meal.
Created for More ties together our drive to create and our desire for God. Spend 30 days learning to be more than you thought you could be. Be humble. Be intentional. Be limited. Be parallel. Be invested. Be brave.
Be a creator as you draw near to the God who created you.
Jonathan has put together a great devotional for anyone who wants to see their world in a unique way. Whether you're creative or even part-creative, this book will help you grow in both your craft and your walk with God—in only 30 days!
Mark Batterson, New York Times Bestselling author of The Circle Maker and Lead Pastor of National Community Church in Washington, DC
Jonathan Malm is one of the most creative, faith-filled people I know. You'll find no better guide to help you discover your great gift to the world.
Ben Arment, author of Dream Year
I'm of the opinion that better humans make better art. I'm also of the opinion that after 30 days with Jonathan's thoughts you'll be better at both. A simple, yet provocative journey through scripture and the creative mind, this devotional is one worth reading.
Blaine Hogan, creative director at Willow Creek Community Church
Created for More was created with you in mind! This devotional is Jonathan Malm's heartbeat. His passion to help awaken the spiritual act of creativity within each of us is evidenced throughout these pages. This will be a valuable resource not only for you but also for the teams of creatives you lead.
Jenni Catron, Church Leader and author of CLOUT: Discover and Unleash Your God-Given Influence
This is an honest, heart-felt guide to growing closer to God. Like a lot of people, I'm pretty skeptical of impractical, fluffy devotionals—but this is anything but that. We were all created for more, and this book will help you understand why.
Jeff Goins, author of The Art of Work and Wrecked