Burning Man, Art, and Spirituality with Leslie Foster β€” Adventist Voices

This week Leslie Foster connects art and spirituality, being a church elder and a Burning Man temple guardian. A graduate of Southern Adventist University, Leslie is a Los Angeles-based experimental filmmaker and a current member of the Torrance Art Museum FORUM residency program. An activist and longtime leader at an Adventist community, he shares his journey and explores why pauses in participation can be faith restoring.

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Thank you so much for this episode! I am more and more convinced that the core of the Christian life is thankfully connecting with people on a very deep personal level, and finding mercy in our inner self for all creation rather than having the β€œright” theology all the time. Artists preach in my local church many times, and we learn so much from their experience of reality. Finding your inner self and expressing it for others so that we all connect on a deep level that can’t be described nor be fully grasped … I am really a little jealous of it.

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