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!
In today's post from the Archives, read about an HSI trip to Tanzania. On the trip, the team members led a workshop and were tremendously blessed to hear the participants' responses of praise and worship. Read more below!
Last week, we published a beginning of an article from the archives titled "Successful Failure." Today, we are sharing the second half of that article! We pray you are encouraged as you read the rest of Judy's thoughts about how we can view failure from a different perspective as Jesus followers.
On this week's post from the archives, enjoy thoughts from Judy Powell about what God can do when it seems our plans have failed. Through a variety of illustrations from various HSI trips, Judy reminds us that God's plans are always higher and His heart is trustworthy. Read more below!
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!
On today's Archive Wednesday, read about an HSI trip to Northwest India in 2014 during which they discovered that the believers they were visiting had written many indigenous worship songs based on the metanarrative of Scripture. The team was profoundly encouraged and excited, looking forward to finding ways to continue partnering with these Jesus followers in the future. 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.