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Every day all around the globe, artists on mission are creating, cultivating, and contributing in their communities. As they seek to see their art used in the work the Lord is doing, we want to share their stories to encourage and inspire.
This blog is a place to read those stories, giving you a glimpse into how the Lord is using the arts around the world.

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Tuesday, 21 September 2021 19:35

An Interview with Colin Harbinson: Advice to Artists

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?”

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We’ve spent the past couple of weeks telling you about long-time partner and friend Colin Harbinson. From Russia to the Amazon, Colin has always had a vision for how the Lord desires to use the arts to open doors for the gospel. Today, we are providing some backstory on his play Toymaker and Son and sharing an exciting update! 

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Last week, we shared more of the story of Colin Harbinson. Colin has been involved with Inspiro for a number of years, and he has served internationally in numerous countries. Last time, we told you some of his stories from Russia and Bulgaria. Today, we will share about his time in China and the Amazon! 

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Last week, we introduced you to Colin Harbinson, long-time artist and ministry partner. We told you about how he began serving using the arts and how the Lord began to open doors for him to do so globally. Today, we will recount some of Colin’s exciting adventures while serving the Lord overseas! 

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Tuesday, 03 August 2021 22:34

An Interview with Colin Harbinson: Beginnings

Recently, we had the chance to catch up with our dear friend, Colin Harbinson. Colin has been involved with OM for a number of years now, and he has some exciting endeavors going on. Colin is in the process of turning his beloved play, Toymaker and Son, into a children’s book. In honor of the publication of this beautiful story, we wanted to take some time to acquaint you with Colin and his lifetime of ministry.

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Tuesday, 27 July 2021 21:20

A Metaphor of Water

This week, we caught up with another Incarnate alum - Heidi Salzwedel! Read more about her work below. 

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Thursday, 08 July 2021 19:58

Collisions

Recently, we had the opportunity to catch up a bit with our dearest resident author, Pat Butler. Pat has served with Inspiro for many years, a beautiful example of worship and witness. She has a new book coming out very soon, and we wanted to share more about it with you! Check out Pat's story about Collision below! 

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Monday, 14 June 2021 15:12

'The Rain Will Come'

We are continuing to catch up with some Incarnate alumni as we reflect on all God did during the recent Incarnate Leadership Workshop. Read below about this beautiful and thought-provoking mural, 'The Rain Will Come,' painted by Wendy Bartel. 

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Monday, 31 May 2021 18:22

Graffiti Art and Fashion Design

There are many different ways to create artwork. Chris Steinz from Amsterdam has combined painting with fashion design. He creates a piece of art, digitalises it, and then turns it into a design for a shirt or hoodie.

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Friday, 28 May 2021 18:59

Celebrating International Tap Day

This week, we are busy with Incarnate Leadership Training and are excited to catch up with our Incarnate alumni. This video was created by Susana Rodriguez to celebrate International Tap Day which happened earlier this week (May 25). Susana attended Incarnate in 2014. 

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