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Australian artist Noni Clarke may not yet be a name people recognize outside of Victoria, her home state. But she's well worth getting to know. This multitalented 20-year-old (who is also a double bass player and professional swing dancer) finds that no matter what she's doing, putting God first has resulted in the greatest rewards. Sentinel staff editor Suzanne Smedley recently spoke with Noni, who was in Melbourne where she lives and works.
Noni, what does it mean to you to be "an artist"?
with contributions from MUSA NATAWIYOGYA, CYNTHIA BRIDGES, DIANNE JARRETTE, EMILY CRANDALL, CHRIS LOWENBERG
'God is working His purpose out'
KIM SHIPPEY, SENIOR WRITER
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Caroline Page, Monica Von Dobeneck, Gary Emerling, Kathleen LaCamera
Life's silver thread
By Rebecca Odegaard
A layoff drove me to my divine purpose
By Laurenz Peschke
Designed to serve
By Patricia Kadick
Suzanne Smedley with contributions from Noni Clarke
'EVEN THE NIGHT SHALL' BE LIGHT...'
By Marilyn Perkinson
JESUS' TEACHING—inseparable from his healing
SHOOTING HOOPS ON GOD'S PLAYGROUND
GOD'S VERDICT IS HEALTH
STEADFAST PRAYER HEALS KNEE PAIN
ALLERGIES GONE, NEVER TO RETURN