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Drops Like Stars: A Few Thoughts on Creativity and Suffering (Paperback)
When we encounter pain and suffering, our lives are disrupted. Our normal paths and expectations come to a halt. Suffering forces us to take a new path, to create new expectations. In Drops Like Stars, Bell shows us how art does the same thing; it disrupts us, forces us to see the world differently and to forge new expectations. How will we reimagine suffering when we realize that God sees our lives as works of art?
About the Author
Rob Bell is a bestselling author and international teacher and speaker. His books include Love Wins, Velvet Elvis, Sex God, Jesus Wants to Save Christians, and Drops Like Stars, and he was profiled in The New Yorker and TIME magazine as one of 2011's hundred most influential people.
“Bell is at the forefront of a rethinking of Christianity in America.”
“One of the country’s most influential evangelical pastors.”
-New York Times
“Drops Like Stars is an exciting new direction for the prolific pastor.”
“Rob Bell is one of the hottest names in contemporary evangelical life.”
“One of the nation’s rock-star-popular young pastors.”
“Bell weaves inspiring stories of people who turned their suffering into something transformative, and many of these stories are memorable.”
“In this spunky little book filled with photographs… Bell looks at the suffering, pain, and loss that often knock the wind out of us and threaten to destroy our hope for the future.”
-Spirituality and Practice