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Sybil MacBeth

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Bonus episode: Interview with Sybil MacBeth

AdventWord

Richelle Thompson, managing editor at Forward Movement, recently sat down with Praying in Color author Sybil MacBeth to discuss AdventWord and her practice of prayerful doodling. Sybil is the creator of an AdventWord poster designed for doodling, coloring, and praying your way through AdventWord.Links:Praying in ColorWaiting and Watching AdventWord poster setAdventWord website

21mins

5 Dec 2020

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Lectio Divina in Color – A Guided Prayer Practice with Sybil MacBeth

Ruah Space

In this episode, we are joined once again by Sybil MacBeth, the author of Praying in Color, for a guided prayer practiced known as Lectio Divina in Color. This episode is taken from the Lectio in Divina Live event we did together that is available on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZagle0XIqc Lectio Divina is an ancient prayer practice where we listen to God speaking to us in Scripture. Rather than trying to figure out the text or place our understanding on it, we sit with a listening posture before God. In Lectio Divina in Color, we engage the prayer and what we are hearing by writing, drawing, or creating other forms of art! Before beginning this episode, we encourage you to grab some paper, a pen, or your favorite writing utensils and enjoy praying in color! If you would like access to exclusive content that will help you go even deeper in your relationship with God, join us on Patreon where you not only help support the Ruah Space ministry, but you gain access to exclusive live events like this one, exclusive podcast episodes, giveaways, and more! Check it out here: www.patreon.com/ruahspace You can also find Sybil MacBeth at www.prayingincolor.com

32mins

18 Nov 2020

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Praying in Color with Sybil MacBeth

Ruah Space

In this episode, Phil is joined by Sybil MacBeth, the author of the book Praying in Color. They discuss the invitation to pray through art and doodling, entering a conversation with God that incorporates our whole being. We cover a lot of ground in this episode, exploring gratitude, how praying in color helps us get still, praying for others through art, what to do with distractions, praying without words, and praying when we don’t know what to say. Praying in Color has been a huge blessing to Phil (who is the furthest thing from an artist) and we are positive it can help you make space for God in your own life as you look to connect to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Praying in Color Website – prayingincolor.com Buy Praying in Color Here – https://amzn.to/2UcJJKL *paid link Advent Calendar Links from Sybil Macbeth Advent Calendar Templates 2020 #AdventWord and Another Advent Calendar Template If you have been blessed by Ruah Space and would like to support the ministry, as well as gain access to exclusive Ruah Space content, check us out on Patreon at www.patreon.com/ruahspace

49mins

11 Nov 2020

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"Praying in Color" with Sybil MacBeth

First Friday Lunch and Learn

Sybil MacBeth is a dancer, a doodler, and a former community college mathematics professor. She combines her experience in the mathematics classroom with her lifelong love of prayer to offer workshops and retreats that engage differing learning styles. Her 2007 book Praying in Color: Drawing a New Path to God has been translated into Korean, Spanish, and Italian. Praying in Color: Kids’ Edition was published in 2009. With her husband, Andy, Sybil wrote Praying in Black and White: A Hands-On Practice for Men. Praying in Color: the Portable Edition was released last March. She is the mother of two grown sons and lives in Memphis, Tennessee. Learn more at www.prayingincolor.com.

26mins

6 Dec 2013

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Sybil MacBeth on Art As Worship

Art as Worship on Empower Radio

Sybil MacBeth is a dancer, a doodler, and a former community college mathematics professor. When she moved to Memphis in 2004, author Phyllis Tickle nudged Sybil to write about her prayer frustrations and the visual and active prayer practice she developed as the result of them. She now combines her experience in the mathematics classroom with her lifelong love of prayer to offer workshops that engage differing learning styles. As the author of Praying in Color Drawing a New Path to God, she has lead over 100 workshops and retreats.

31 Oct 2012