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Who are the artists in your Church?

Dear Friend,

As you know ngm are passionate about the arts and particularly how we can raise up a new generation of artists who will reflect God's image and truly help to shape our popular culture. We are currently shaping our training courses to offer a uniquely developed curriculum where we will mentor God's artisans with a lot of what they will need to really make a difference.
We are looking to develop them in good biblical thinking, in their character and in their gifting. They will also be part of a passionate worship community and have opportunities to go with us to some of the poorest parts of the world.
SO WHO ARE THE ARTISTS IN YOUR CHURCH?  Send us your singers, dancers, dj's, mc's, communicators, musicians, engineers - my promise is to do everything we can to help them develop and be a tremendous blessing to your church and the wider community.
We have spaces left on our course starting in October this year - we especially have a brand new dj course which looks fantastic. We need a whole new breed of artists out there in the marketplace impacting this generation for God. So if you have people from 17 years of age upwards that you think might benefit from a year out at ngm then please contact us for more details.
I read this quote from C.S. Lewis recently;
I am personally committed to helping raise upgreat artists who are Christians - if we are going to help influence and change our culture just like C.S. Lewis did (and is still doing through his writings and films) then please help us by sending the potential artists in your church. My heart is to see them mentored, developed and honed to become great artists who will shine with his presence in the dark places of this world.

Yours for such a time as this,

Ray Goudie