Kintsugi is a Japanese art form that repairs broken pottery with gold or silver lacquer.
Kintsugi's philosophy is that any object's brokenness and imperfections are not something to be hidden or ashamed of but celebrated as a part of its history and beauty.
Kintsugi can be seen as a metaphor for God's love and grace.
Our brokenness and imperfections are opportunities to demonstrate God's healing power in our lives. We are made stronger and more beautiful by our struggles.
A 3-hour workshop in a small group (no larger than 6 women) where you will reflect on God's healing work in your life. Through guided reflections and hands-on learning, you will experience Kintsugi's physical art and profound metaphors step-by-step.
You don't need any experience.