The Fiji Men’s Rugby team, against all odds, won the first ever Olympic Gold for their country in a Rugby sporting venue, which Fiji has not participated in since the 1924 Summer Olympic Games held in Paris.
A synthesizing of Tibetan cultural arts and the Christian message of hope enables Tibetans to believe in Jesus.
One Christian couple has blended art and relationships in their desire to see people in Bali transformed by their “artistic” Creator.
Dance, drama, and the blurring of the line between “performers” and “participants” are ways in which the presentation of the gospel is engaging local cultures.
By combining storytelling with various artistic expressions, effective strategies are developing for communicating the gospel in culturally relevant ways.
This dramatic case study seeks to explore the synthesising of Balinese culture, visual art, and biblical material.
One village’s adaptation of their funeral ritual to reenact Jesus’ death on Good Friday lends power to their resurrection celebration on Easter.
An organization has experienced the favor of God as a result of its commitment to oral communication strategies
The aroma of music enables those experiencing grief and despair to be reminded of life and hope.
This case study considers the power of the arts in enabling people’s expressions of grief, lament, and loss as well as ultimately their trust in God.