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“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
Our very own Pat Butler recently had an article published on Abbey of the Arts, and we wanted to share it with you! Read below for her encouraging thoughts on finding joy in the small moments.
One of our Artist Mentors recently had the chance to read and review Art and Fear by David Bayles and Ted Ortlund. Find her comments below!
We’ve spent the past couple of weeks telling you about long-time partner and friend Colin Harbinson. From Russia to the Amazon, Colin has always had a vision for how the Lord desires to use the arts to open doors for the gospel. Today, we are providing some backstory on his play Toymaker and Son and sharing an exciting update!
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!
Recently, we had the chance to catch up with our dear friend, Colin Harbinson. Colin has been involved with OM for a number of years now, and he has some exciting endeavors going on. Colin is in the process of turning his beloved play, Toymaker and Son, into a children’s book. In honor of the publication of this beautiful story, we wanted to take some time to acquaint you with Colin and his lifetime of ministry.
Recently, we had the opportunity to catch up a bit with our dearest resident author, Pat Butler. Pat has served with Inspiro for many years, a beautiful example of worship and witness. She has a new book coming out very soon, and we wanted to share more about it with you! Check out Pat's story about Collision below!
Article Image: 'Rosa's Corkishmen'
This Friday, we're catching up with another Incarnate alum. Emily Langenberg attended Incarnate in 2016, and she produces artwork filled with beauty and whimsy with deep underlying themes. Find out more about Emily in her own words below!
At the end of last year, a new book became available that explores the effects artists have on communities. Author Brian Schrag released Artistic Dynamos: An Ethnography on Music in Central African Kingdoms, exploring the idea of the artist as energizer.