We are privileged to share this article that was recently published in Grace Go Bloom's magazine. The article tells the story of an Incarnate graduate, Heidi Salzwedel, and her experience during the program. Incarnate 2022 is happening currently, and we are praying for many more stories like Heidi's.
If you found yourself on the canals in Chirk, Wales earlier this month, you might have seen an interesting site – seven artists aboard a canal boat, painting, chatting, and sailing. The seven women – from Wales, the Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Nigeria – hired a 21-meter (69 foot) boat and were on a mission to share the hope of the gospel through art.
On this Archive Wednesday (coming a day late this week - apologies for that!), read about a man from Kurdistan who longs for his music to reach his people with the gospel.
Our teammates in Kosovo, Aaron and Shpresa, hosted a songwriting workshop in December! They had participated in workshops like this with Heart Sounds International (HSI), but this was their first time to lead one of their own.
This week, we talked with another of the participants in the Virtual Artist Residency program. Read below to hear how Chris grew in his technical skills as well as his identity as an artist.
We recently had the privilege of hearing from an Incarnate alumna from 2018. Read below as she shares her testimony of what the Lord did in her life while she was there! If you are interested in Incarnate, check out our Incarnate page here!
Lenka Knoetze, a Slovakian serving in South Africa, recently participated in Inspiro Arts Alliance’s Artists Residency program. Here is what she says about her recent work!
During the past couple of months, we have shared a series of stories about Colin Harbinson, along with the exciting news that his play Toymaker and Son has been adapted into an illustrated children’s book. Today, we share some final thoughts from Colin as he addresses the question, “If you could tell an artist considering missions one thing, what would it be?”