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RUN WITH THE FIRE: Call for Submissions

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“Run with the Fire” is an arts project for the London 2012 Olympics organized by CANA, commission4mission, and Veritasse based on the image of fire, which links … Continue Reading

Inspiration in Print

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2010 marks the 10th anniversary of Piquant Editions (www.piquanteditions.com), a small U.K.-based Christian publisher with a vibrant vision for arts publishing. An interview with founders Elria and … Continue Reading

Restoring the Ruins

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A recent StoneWorks Arts Leadership Training (SALT) conference mobilized artists for mission. By Pat Butler “Pass through, pass through the gates…” In an Italian heat wave, a … Continue Reading

Special Resource: The Arts in Mission

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By William D. Taylor Connections, the journal of the World Evangelical Alliance Mission Commission, is delighted to release this first information on the special double issue (100 pages, … Continue Reading

A Pilgrim’s Progress to the Heavenly City

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From ancient times, human beings have used both practical and poetic language. By Randall Smith When I get to the poetry section of English 102—where sunsets look … Continue Reading

Dancing: Offering Our All

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Choreographing for people of various abilities—and disabilities—has shown me how many ways there are to glorify God with our bodies. By Cynthia Newland   “Therefore, I urge … Continue Reading

A Life in Tune

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Thoughts on faith and music by world-famous piano technician Franz Mohr “He is an Institution, a Living Legend, an Icon in the World of Steinway. Throughout the … Continue Reading

Yo Africa!

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Putting family on center stage in the fatherless nation. An interview with Khanyisa International Ministries During the early 1990s, a group of young South African Christians with … Continue Reading

Art and Revelation

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By Colin Harbinson The issue is passionately debated by many Christians involved in the arts. There are strong feelings on both sides. The question in point is … Continue Reading

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