Whether through music, dance, visual art or theatre, we are sparking beautiful worship and witness among the least reached by cultivating and empowering artists globally.
Speaking to both heart and mind, the arts are central to every culture, as people try to make sense of their world. Artists on mission create physical and emotional spaces for people to be moved by God’s beauty.
Excellent, locally relevant art in worship is key to developing an authentic, deep-rooted identity among Jesus followers, the world over. Art in witness can sow seeds of truth broadly, while also engaging seekers at a heart level. By providing shared experiences, the arts — in both worship and witness — quickly deepen personal relationships.
Explore these opportunities to use your artistic interests with one of our teams around the world.
Artists at work
Jesus-loving artists and art facilitators from all cultures are invited to live, create and embrace long-term community engagement through Inspiro’s onboarding training programme, Incarnate. Across disciplines, our artists are trained to engage communities through worship and witness, point to biblical truth through relevant art forms, and build bridges of understanding and trust in collaboration with local Jesus followers.
Ethno-arts & Worship Training
Designed to identify new artists, equip existing artists and educate local communities of Jesus followers, these ttraining opportunities focus on teaching strategies in, and skills for, worship, creation of local arts for Christian worship and witness and much more. Participants are provided the tools to help establish and grow new communities of believers.
A twice-annual, print and digital magazine, VIVID inspires artists to the OM mission by featuring art, artists and ministries. VIVID also features essential theological concepts and practical articles aimed at equipping artists to proclaim Jesus’ name where it hasn’t yet been heard.