From host Matt Conner:
"Talking to Russ Ramsey made sense from every angle.
As a practitioner, Russ is an excellent author and writer who just released his fifth book, Rembrandt Is In the Wind. As a pastor, he not only shapes sermons each week for his Presbyterian church plant in Cool Springs, which is just south of Nashville, but he also shepherds his congregation toward those same sorts of endeavors that we're interested in discussing.
Even more than that, Russ has a lifelong passion for art and beauty. And if you follow him on social media you know exactly what I'm talking about. For quite some time, Russ has been publishing Art Wednesdays, as he calls it, a simple infusion of beauty into our social feeds in the form of hourly posts that showcase meaningful works and their context. That's also the subject of Rembrandt Is In the Wind, by the way.
On this episode of Call It Good, Russ reminds us how some of history's greatest artists struggled with their own work and how he's learned to apply the idea of creating in the image of a Creator to his own life, work, and congregation."
Audio engineering & theme music by Asher Peterson. Find transcripts for Call It Good at RabbitRoom.com/podcast.