Category Archives: Christian art

The Skit Guys: Resources for Evangelism and Discipleship

The Skit Guys produce excellent skits and videos concerning various topics including: evangelism, many discipleship topics and seasonal events like Easter. The Skit Guys have been teaching God’s word using comedy, drama, and whatever category talking action figures fit into … Continue reading

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Using Media to Communicate the Gospel

Videos are an effective vehicle for communicating the Gospel of Christ whether on Facebook, your blog, or during a worship service.  Igniter Media creates innovative minimovies, countdowns, motions and stills.   To see the quality of their work, check out the Igniter Media website.  You are encouraged to … Continue reading

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Witness to Christ Using a Visual Feast

Throughout the ages, God has used the imaginative abilities of artists to proclaim His message of judgment and mercy.   Sculptor, paintings, drawings, ceramics, architecture and more recently, print making, photography, and electronic media such as computer and digital graphics testify … Continue reading

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