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Phoenix Performing Arts Trust

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Mission: To enable Christians involved in the performing arts at whatever level to realize their full potential for the service of Christ. Aims: 1.     To develop the … Continue Reading

The Girl Who Found Her Halo

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Laura Hairgrove’s conductorless chamber orchestra, Halo Ensemble, aims “to reflect the abundance of life through performing art.” By Lindsey A. Frederick Twenty-seven-year-old flutist Laura Hairgrove didn’t wait … Continue Reading

Why Wesley Still Dominates Our Hymnbook

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Two centuries later, what’s the secret of Charles Wesley’s undiminished popularity? By Timothy Dudley-Smith Charles Wesley has been called “the most gifted and indefatigable hymnwriter that England … Continue Reading

Aslan Performing Arts Centre

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Mission: To reach a secular and religiously apathetic European society with the redemptive message of Christ through the arts. The Aslan Performing Arts Centre is a non-profit … Continue Reading

Theology Through the Arts

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How can the arts uniquely unlock the truths of the gospel for a new generation? In 1997, Jeremy Begbie launched the “Theology Through the Arts” project “to … 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

The Culture House & Storling Dance Theater

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  Mission: To cultivate artistic excellence for personal growth and positive cultural direction for the Kansas City community and surrounding areas. The Culture House is Kansas City’s … 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

Christian Performing Artists’ Fellowship (CPAF)

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Mission:   The performing arts world is a dark and spiritually needy place, full of broken and hurting people. For this reason, CPAF believes that the arts … Continue Reading

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