Proclaiming the Gospel through the Arts.
The ministry of Gospel through the Arts is a powerful voice of creative expression. It can impact a community and empower change within the lives of people regardless of race, nationality, gender, economic status and religious, cultural, political views, through the power of its message and artistry.
Through the impact of world crises that have greatly affected people in almost every way of life; it is most imperative now more than EVER that Gospel Artists continue raising our voices in unity with the fervency of determination, passion, commitment and dedication in sharing and proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the Arts... letting our creative voice be heard as light of hope, inspiration and encouragement to all people.
Artistry & Ministry
of Gospel Art
The expression of Gospel music has been around for decades since as early as the 17th century, having its’ origin and culture rooted primarily within churches in southern vocal traditions of hymns, sacred songs, negro spirituals and call-and-response congregational singing. During that time, while though it was widely embraced as an art form of ministry, it was mainly considered and viewed as being part of a church's worship liturgy or expression of corporate worship; as most churches back then did not have a Performing Arts Department or Music & Arts Ministry.
Over the years, the art form of Gospel music has evolved into a full-fledged creative, artistic platform encompassing other artistic expressions within the Arts and consequently becoming widely embraced by church congregations with the expansion of their ministerial platform for the Arts. As a result, this provided those with creative talents and a passion for artistry, performance and ministry, the opportunities to express their creative talents as an art form of worship and to share the message of the Gospel.
Gospel Artists have defined and are redefining the platform of Gospel in the arts, as an effective tool or vehicle of ministry for Gospel through the Arts; thus paving the way for it to become more and more received by both religious and mainstream audiences around the world. They are bringing the platform of Gospel-Arts to the forefront with their performances though the artistic expressions of their creative talents, that inspires and uplifts others with a message of hope.