Creative ArtsCreative Arts
MinistryA Bethel Ministry
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Bethel's Creative Arts team's passion is to use the arts as a supernatural way to open the doors to the miraculous love and power of God that brings healing and transformation. Our heart is to creatively express God’s presence in church life and in the community through training believers to prophetically call out the gold in people. Through equipping and sending out anointed artists, musicians, photographers, actors, and dancers, the Creative Arts is ushering in a Culture of Celebration into the streets, businesses and schools in Redding and all over the world.
“For years I have struggled with wanting to hide because of my weight, and over the past year God has been bringing me freedom from the things that held me in bondage to my co-dependency and food addiction. Recently I was engaged and have been seeing God’s plan unfold in the area of love and romance, but when I saw the pictures of our engagement I couldn’t stop seeing the things I didn’t like about myself, and I had a hard time believing that this gift of a man saw any beauty in me – enough to want to spend the rest of his life with me. I had been feeling very low about my body for two days before the conference and felt my old thoughts about myself creeping back in… until Nicola gave me the painting of a man and woman dancing – a picture of God showing off His precious girl: ME! I felt like a debutant at a ball – a coming out party just for God to show me off and show me how beautiful, powerful, and captivating I am to Him. Thank you Bethel team for letting God work through you to release us into a greater measure of creative anointing!”
– Alycia James (Dayton Vineyard)
“Although it has always been easy to mentor and reach children and young adults, I have no voice with adults. I am very uncomfortable speaking with others, even close friends do not know my story. I love serving and doing for others. They know me as a person of few words.
Abby’s song broke through those barriers. She touched on how God is listening, and writing a longer story of my life. I was a wreck. Even as I write this two days later, my hands shake and there are tears in my eyes. She encouraged me to write. My voice can be heard by my writing even if not through speaking. God is good. Thank you! I think the fact that words came as a song made them sweeter and more heartfelt.”
– P. Caldwell (Dayton Vineyard)
On Earth as it is in Heaven