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At the beginning of this month, our colleagues in the UK published an article about the Arts Experience Labyrinth taking place in Belgium. We have shared about this project before, so we wanted to share this article with you.
In today's Archive Wednesday, read about an HSI trip to the UK to encourage North African believers.
“So that is the outline of the official story—the tale of the time when God was the underdog and got beaten, when he submitted to the conditions he had laid down and became a man like the men he had made, and the men he had made broke him and killed him. This is the dogma we find so dull—this terrifying drama of which God is the victim and the hero.”
- Dorothy Sayers, Letters to a Diminished Church
On this Archive Wednesday, we are sharing a Heart Sounds International (HSI) article from a trip to South Asia in 2019. Read below the beautiful account of people groups learning to see each other and experience the gospel through the arts.
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.
OM is in the midst of 15 Days of Prayer for the Hindu world (find out more by clicking here). The Festival of Diwali, a Hindu festival that celebrates good overcoming evil, takes place in the midst of these 15 days (this year on November 4th).
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?”