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In 2020, a filmmaker had the opportunity to spend three weeks in Southeast Asia with an international team of Inspiro Arts Alliance members. The goal was to produce music videos based on Christian songs written in the local language and style of an indigenous people group. Read more about his experience and how he learned that sometimes the best testimony is not made up of words but actions.
Last week, we had the privilege of talking with one of our team members in Hungary. Recently, she had the opportunity to travel to the border between Ukraine and Hungary and work with the aid organizations offering help there.
We have all been stunned by the crisis in the Ukraine. Ukrainian artists have responded in various ways, seeking to support their country and express the deep emotions surrounding the conflict.
Last week, we shared more of the story of Colin Harbinson. Colin has been involved with Inspiro for a number of years, and he has served internationally in numerous countries. Last time, we told you some of his stories from Russia and Bulgaria. Today, we will share about his time in China and the Amazon!
Last week, we introduced you to Colin Harbinson, long-time artist and ministry partner. We told you about how he began serving using the arts and how the Lord began to open doors for him to do so globally. Today, we will recount some of Colin’s exciting adventures while serving the Lord overseas!
This week, we are busy with Incarnate Leadership Training and are excited to catch up with our Incarnate alumni. This video was created by Susana Rodriguez to celebrate International Tap Day which happened earlier this week (May 25). Susana attended Incarnate in 2014.
We always love when we hear stories of how the Lord is using our artists and their art in unique ways. Recently, long-time staff member Chuck Tryon shared just such a story with us.
Dance and theology… they don't sound like they go together, do they? After all, dance is mysterious, open to interpretation and engages our emotions; theology is analytical, focused on having the right interpretation of scripture and engages our mind. But what, at first glance, seem to be two very different subjects are actually deeply entwined: developing and deepening each other and giving us a perfect way to love our Lord.