Culture Making

Culture Making: Andy Crouch’s tips on how you can change the world

If you’re involved in art or photography or writing or story-telling; if you plant gardens or design houses or plan towns or build buildings; if you like to cook up dishes and sew up clothes; if you’re interested in sport or business, media or law, languages or technology, wood working or sign writing, or if […]

By Hope 103.2Monday 20 Apr 2009Open House InterviewsInspirational Stories

If you’re involved in art or photography or writing or story-telling; if you plant gardens or design houses or plan towns or build buildings; if you like to cook up dishes and sew up clothes; if you’re interested in sport or business, media or law, languages or technology, wood working or sign writing, or if you simply have a desire to change this world, then you are involved in culture-making.

The key point is what vision is driving you as you create. That’s where Andy Crouch steps in. His book, Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling, is about how to make and change culture—something on a lot of our hearts.

Andy Crouch spoke with Open House’s Sheridan Voysey.