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Indigenous Christian Worship Overflows from Northwest India
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!
Equipping Persecuted Believers
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!
A God Who Overcomes Obstacles
On today's Archive Wednesday, read the story of an HSI trip to North Africa. On the trip, the team saw the Lord work powerfully to bring people groups together to produce new music. Relationships were built, and the trip ended with the participants expressing a desire to learn more! Find out more below!
Witness to New Beautiful Worship
Today's Archive Wednesday is a trip report from an HSI project in South Asia in July of 2018. During the trip, the team conducted a songwriting workshop with local pastors and musicians, teaching them to write worship songs in their language and traditional style. The team was ecstatic when the pastors created a benediction song - a new genre for them. Read more below about the trip!
Music and Drama in Tanzania
On today's Post from the Archives, hear from Stephanie Biggs as she shares about an HSI trip to Tanzania. This trip focused on theatre and music and encouraged the Jesus-followers there to consider local art forms.
The Importance of Sound
After a brief hiatus, we are back with another Archive Wednesday! In today's article, read about HSI's work with audio engineers, helping people to record music in their heart language and cultural style. Specifically featured in this article is Southeast Asia and Mongolia, and you can follow the links to hear some of the recordings.