Logan Plaster, editor and journalist, discusses the value of art in our culture and the role of faith in his art.
Logan Plaster, editor and journalist, discusses the value of art in our culture.
Four artists pursue their faith and God's mission through their respective crafts. Premiered as part of the launch of InterVarsity's Arts Ministry during National Staff Conference 2014.
How can we use our gifts? Can we make a living in the arts? This is the second part of our Dreams, Gifts, & Callings series. This session might be helpful to some of us as we explore not just the gifts we’ve been given, but how to use these gifts in practical and beneficial ways.
This video begins a two-part series of discussions about planning for our futures and being able to connect our art to our lives and our faith.
What are the dreams you have for your life? What does the word "gift" mean to you? What are you good at? What gifts do you see in people around you?
This discussion invites us to explore another part of Scripture that is not a story at all, but some of Paul's teaching letter to the church in Philippi, a part of ancient Greece. Can our arts gifts (our intuition, our right-brained stuff, our often-vivid imaginations) help make this teaching Scriptures 'come alive' to us in a personal way?
In this video you can explore the purpose of reading Scripture as well as some ideas of how to look at Scripture with imagination.
What the world says about the arts and what God says are very different. How do we protect our hearts as we cope with both of these?
Lots of people have never seen what the Bible says about the arts. God cares deeply about the arts and artists. Join us in exploring different passages of the Bible that help us find out what God thinks about the arts and artists like us.
Have you ever wondered what the purpose of art is? What do you think the world says about feelings and emotions? Are they easily talked about? Are they important? How does our world view our art, our emotions and our feelings? How do YOU view them? Join us in exploring these questions.