Sep 29, 2019
Fresh off the 2019 Rocky Mountain Artists' Retreat, we pick up some threads from the retreat: is "artist" something you'll be for eternity? Should you look inward or outward as you seek to answer the question, "who am I?" And what does it mean for God to redeem and perfect your creative work?
Jul 8, 2019
At Imagination Redeemed 2019, Amber Salladin led this breakout group in an interactive and song-filled exploration of the singing community. Amber joined us from Manhattan, where she is the music director at Emmanual Anglican Church, and pianist and conductor for various choirs and orchestras.
Jun 28, 2019
At Imagination Redeemed 2019, Junius Johnson delivered this lecture on the "sacred theater" of art for the fallen world. We bring the divine to the ordinary, because there is no such thing as “ordinary.”
Jun 26, 2019
At Imagination Redeemed 2019, John Skillen delivered this lecture on the historical role of art in shaping Christian communities. Skillen focused on how to move beyond the narrow bounds of the art typically used in church today, to a wider spectrum of art forms and uses, designed to do one thing: build the people of God.
Jun 24, 2019
At the Imagination Redeemed 2019 conference, Hans Boersma gave this lecture on the Psalms and worship to kick off the weekend. Boersma dwelt on sacred art, created for the central activity of the church for all eternity: corporate worship. In worship, we remember who we are, the heavenly tapestry in which we have...