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It is such a joy for us when we get to highlight the fruition of our artists' projects. Last year, we shared an article with you written by Pat Butler about the process of writing her book, Collision: How I Found My Life By Accident. We have an update for you!
Before merging with OM Arts to be come Inspiro Arts Alliance, Heart Sounds International (HSI) had their own blog on which they shared trip reports, exciting stories, opportunities, and more. For the foreseeable future, we would like to share some of these archived articles with you. It is our hope that these "Archive Wednesdays" will encourage you as we look back on what the Lord has done! In today's article, read about how the Lord worked through different types of art during a trip to the Philippines!
“The Lord said to Moses, ‘See, I have called by name Bezalel the son of Uri, son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah, and I have filled him with the Spirit of God, with ability and intelligence, with knowledge and all craftsmanship, to devise artistic designs [. . .]’”
Exodus 31:1-4a ESV
Our dear friend, Werner Geischberger, recently shared this article with us. It is such a beautiful reminder of our call to reach the world around us. Read what he has to say below!
Recently, Inspiro Arts Alliance has been meditating on the concept of "Seeing Clearly." Read below a response by Chuck Tryon on that theme along with one of his beautiful sculptures.
Our Inspiro staff has been growing recently, and we are so excited to introduce you to these new members! Younhee Kim recently joined us as a Short Term Project Manager, and we are thrilled to have her on board. Read below to find out more about her and her role, and join us in welcoming her!
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.
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?”
We recently talked with a new friend, Juhani Ahola, a musician from Finland. We are so excited to share Juhani's heart and music with you! Read more below about how and why he writes.