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Reflecting His Light
"Whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious … if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things!" Trisha Romance's art is so loved because it embraces this Scripture.

Former Teacher Instructs via Entertainment
He walks on stilts, rides a unicycle and pulls rabbits out of hats to convey core Christian values to kids across the prairies.

Art Prof's Brush-Strokes Make Their Mark on Catwoman
In a novel opportunity, a Trinity Western University professor's art work will be featured in the movie Catwoman filmed in Vancouver. She was selected as the movie's art consultant.

The Passion and The Promise
Just as when He first traveled the dusty trails of Judea, this summer thousands of people across Canada will gather to watch these popular outdoor plays depicting Christ's life.

William Morris: The Man Who (Re)Discovered Art with a Little "a"
A Christian perspective on a 19th century artist who elevated the status of crafts to that of art.

Canadian's Asian Experiences Preserved in Vivid Images
Through his powerful paintings, Canadian artist and storyteller Chris Rollins shares his experiences of living among the suffering and abused people of Thailand and Myanmar.

The Passion in Art History
From the 5th century, culminating with Mel Gibson's The Passion of The Christ in the 21st, scenes of the crucifixion have offered the Church pause for reflection and contemplation.

Brookstone Theatre Resurrected
A phenomenal response to its cross-denominational, cross-country fundraising campaign allows Toronto's only Christian theatrical company to live and to perform again.

Bethel Girl Wins Art Contest
She didn't think she could win, but at 12 years of age, God has used her talents and she has become a nationally renowned artist.

The Medium and the Gospel Message
Churches are incorporating different forms of communication medium into their efforts to communicate the Gospel. As Christians we need to understand how these forms work.




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