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Outreach and the Artist

Sharing the Gospel with the Arts

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In Outreach and the Artist, professional jazz musician and New Testament scholar Con Campbell shares practical tips for outreach and evangelism with artists, through art forms, and to artists. He shows ministry leaders how to partner with artists more effectively and gives artists a clearer sense of how their gifts and talents can be used for spreading the gospel.
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Whether you are an artist whose talents are an untapped source of energy for your church or a ministry leader wanting to involve artists and the creative arts in your outreach efforts, Outreach and the Artist will renew your vision. Musician and biblical scholar Con Campbell offers encouragement, wisdom, and practical tips for evangelism with, through, and to the arts: Evangelism with the Arts. While the abilities of Christian artists may serve the church internally, artists within the church usually have enormous untapped potential for outreach. Evangelism through the Arts. People’s natural love for various artistic mediums provides a connection-point to exploring life’s big questions with unbelievers in non-threatening and engaging ways. Evangelism to the Arts. Christian artists are uniquely positioned to make an impact in artistic networks, which often have no Christian witness or presence and tend to be shut off from conventional methods of outreach. Spreading the gospel is a task worth every God-given resource we have, and artists and their creative gifts are no exception.
Contributor Constantine R. Campbell
Short Bio Constantine R. Campbell

Con Campbell plays jazz, lectures in theology, and likes coffee. Since 2000, Con has combined his two passions of Jesus and jazz music by performing and speaking at jazz concerts for churches, university groups, schools, and festivals. He is author of several books including Keep Your Greek and Not Ashamed and has performed on several albums, including The Gospel According to Groove (with James Morrison and The Idea of North), Freedom in the Groove (Con Campbell Quartet), and Transit (Transit Jazz). From Sydney, Australia, Con now lives in Chicago, Illinois, with his wife, Bronwyn, and their three children.

UPC 025986494964
ISBN-10 0310494966
ISBN-13 9780310494966
Publish Date Apr 27, 2013
Weight 0.3550
Height 8.5
Width 5.5
Length 128.00
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Zondervan
Price $16.99
Format Paperback
Language English

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