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Eighteen newly composed Christian songs were created in June in a songwriting event in Central Asia. An Inspiro team worked alongside an American couple who have served in the area for 16 years. A recording studio housed in the offices of Operation Mobilization was built by the team’s host, and in it, he has produced many biblical and musical recordings.
In late August of last year, Stephanie, on staff with Inspiro, traveled to Uganda to help record the songs of a local artist. Read more about the project below!
In March, we awarded an Artist Grant to Steven Chuchu. This week, we are excited to share a mid-project update from Steven about his project in the Mara region. Read more about what he is doing below!
The week before Easter, Stephanie Biggs travelled to a country in West Africa* to work with OM’s partner in the Sahel Region. In the midst of a very hot season, skilled and experienced musicians came from around the country to participate in an arts seminar. Read more...
Music connects us to our Creator and the creation, but it also connects us to our memories. Recently, one of our Alliance members was reminded of this fact as she listened to some beautiful music at church.
In April, one of our Artist Mentors was able to go on a trip to Southeast Europe. Read below about his experience and the way the Lord worked in the hearts of the artists there!
Today, we are excited to share about the other recipient of our Inspiro Artist Grant, Rachel Olney! Rachel is a professional musician who works with OM Austria. She is excited to be using the grant to continue working on neust.ART evangelistic concerts in several cities and towns throughout Austria.
Last week, we shared an article about an HSI trip to Mongolia during which the participants were able to record Mongolian worship songs. We have an update!
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!