God is the Creator. So when he became human, as Jesus, it was inevitable that we would see this creativity up close, in the way in which lived, acted, taught, spoke. We sometimes relegate creativity to specific 'artistic' activities, which some people seem to have a nature affinity for. But what we see of Jesus isn't limited to this kind of realm. We know he was a carpenter and yet we don't hear anything about the years he spent in carpentry. Instead we see his creativity played out in his interactions, his stories, his communication, his friendships, his preaching. And that's what we invited four writers to explore with us in Season 10. We collaborated with the graduating students from the International Certificate in Youth, Theology and Innovation (run by Princeton Theological Seminary and Youthscape) and invited them to reflect on how Jesus' creativity was shaping and changing their own discipleship and youth work.