On today's Article from the Archives, read about an HSI project to build a recording studio in Africa! The project was the culmination of many years of prayer and preparation. The team members and local pastors both were tremendously excited and could not wait to see how the Lord would use the studio. Read more below!
On today's article from the Archives, read about an OM Arts trip to L'Aquila, Italy after the earthquake in 2010. The team was tremendously encouraged by the story of Antonella, a student who survived the earthquake and became a Jesus follower. The team created an art exhibition in the town square, artistically depicting Antonella's story in the very center of it. Find out more below!
Last week, we shared an article about an HSI trip to Mongolia during which the participants were able to record Mongolian worship songs. We have an update!
In today's post from the Archives, read about an HSI trip to Mongolia in 2015, during which they recorded new Mongolian worship songs. The team was so excited to hear these songs and to see how the Lord would use them in the future.
Recently, we shared an article from the archives (A Week of Hope) that told the story of an HSI team who conducted a songwriting workshop with refugee and street children in North Africa. We wanted to share this video that one of the team members made so you could see what they did and they joy that was experienced by all involved!
We recently had the opportunity to chat with Juni, one of our Arts Champions based in Hong Kong. She shared about a camp for high school and college students at which she had the opportunity to serve. Juni was excited about how the Lord had moved among the students at the camp, and we are excited to share this with you! Read more below!
In today's Archive Wednesday post, we are sharing an article from an HSI trip to Asia. During the trip, team members Beth Sederstrom and Amy and Ben Duncan led a songwriting workshop and watched as fourteen new songs emerged! Find out more below!
On this week's post from the Archives, read about an HSI trip to North Africa in 2016. On this trip, the team ministered to refugee and street children, using music as therapy. The children found joy and hope as they used music to process their experiences and learned that God cares deeply for them.
At the end of May, a portion of the Inspiro staff met in Budapest, Hungary for a team reunion. Having not been together in person for over a year, the time for fellowship was most welcome. Our purpose for the week was two-fold – to spend time catching up as a team and to scout out places for the Incarnate students to see during their time in Budapest. The later half of this goal involved visiting places like Memento Park, the Hungarian House of Music, and the artistic village of Szentendre.
Recently, two of our team members, Mat Carson and Daniel Lim, took a trip to the Republic of Benin (located in West Africa) to set up a recording studio in conjunction with Africa Sings. Africa Sings is a ministry that seeks to foster peace between Christians and Muslims throughout Africa. This was a short 3-day trip filled with set-up and teaching, but the Lord worked to encourage and equip all involved.