Follow the story of an American pastor whose desire to change the world grinds to a halt in a Scottish parish. Join Eugene Peterson, N. T. Wright and Granny Wallace on a pilgrimage to being known in your own backyard.
Cherl Chastain at the Rabbit Room shows how community helps move past stereotypes and limited experiences.
Michael Hanby at the Eliot Society
Ken Myers at the Eliot Society
Anthony Esolen: Sometimes a single encounter with what is healthy and ordinary is enough to shake you out of the bad dreams of disease and confusion.
Roger Scruton: The life of the mind is a lifelong recreation, a re-creation of reality, and a way of belonging.
Peter Hitchens: The languages of architecture, music, and poetry work mightily on us when we are not aware of it
Julie Noyes tells the story of her life with Andrew Peterson's music...and finally getting to tell him what it has meant to her.
Power a renaissance of the Christian imagination, and get the Your Imagination Redeemed conference video for free!
Brian Brown's opening remarks from the Your Imagination Redeemed Conference 2017.
When the home of our thoughts shifts from ‘who am I?’ to ‘Who is He?’ I believe we begin to fathom the miracle of ‘Christ in us, the hope of glory.'
Sometime in the 10th century, an Old English poem is recorded in a book donated to Exeter Cathedral — a poem about an unmoored exile who has lost his home and now roves the earth searching for a new one.
Join Andrew Peterson, Diana Glyer, and other speakers for a day of re-enchantment in Colorado Springs on April 1.
Hosted by Matt Mellema and Marcus Robinson.
Build your resume and develop marketable skills while working in the arts and inspiring the church.
What we accomplished this year, and what's coming up in 2016-17!
April 1 2017: Featuring keynote speaker and performer Andrew Peterson.
Events every single month, culminating in our first-ever conference!
Have you ever looked at an actual Rembrandt? I mean really looked? I have. And it is exhausting. Why? Because Rembrandt was a master. If you are willing to look, he will show more than you can take in. This is what masters do.
Advice from John Steinbeck, Annie Dillard, J.K. Rowling, and more.