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Here are some links for state-of-the-art thinking on art.

Q: Ideas for the Common Good… educates church and cultural leaders on their roles and opportunities to embody the Gospel in public life.

Center for Faith & Work… cultural renewal resources and encouragement for artists and churches from Redeemer Church, NYC.

 

IAM (International Arts Movement)… focused on beauty, nurturing and healing. Founded and still inspired by the the writing and artwork of founder Makoto Fukimura. Also check out the Fukimura Institute and the Brehm Center.

Steve Brown, etc... centered around Steve Brown’s nationally syndicated radio show. Part of the Key Life Network, where you’ll find great articles by a variety of authors. Key Life’s “About” says it best, “Key Life exists to communicate that the deepest message of the ministry of Jesus and the Bible is the radical grace of God to sinners and sufferers. Because life is hard for everyone, grace is for all of us. We believe the Bible reveals that this grace is amazing, scandalous, free, inexhaustible, mysterious, abundant, irresistible, costly, gratuitous, wondrous, overflowing and extravagant.”

byFaith Magazine… online magazine created from a reformed/PCA perspective which is immersed in a Christian world-and-life view. Good site for articles on art and culture.

Ransom Fellowship… equips Christians with the ability to engage the world in a way that brings glory to Christ.

 

Hollywood Jesus… Is there a more intriguing name for a website? HJ offers entertainment reviews and interactive ranking articles from a faith-based perspective.

CIVA (Christians in the Visual Arts)… encourages Christians to remember that they are called to be creative, devoted to the church, and present in culture.

 

AEM (Arts & Entertainment Ministries)… equips and educates artists, creative professionals, churches and educators to embrace the Gospel and become agents of redemption for the arts, the culture and the world.

Any sites you would recommend? Leave a comment!

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