Please contact any of these ministries if you want to learn more or get involved. They are all available to Christian entertainment professionals around the world.
An initiative dedicated to encouraging the development of arts and creativity in the community. Our mandate is to expand the vision for creativity in our local communities while pursuing excellence and providing opportunities to collaborate, share and mentor.
A.C.T. Intl provides a non-profit interdenominational Church ministry structure that assists and sends out artistic missionaries and ministers to pursue their unique mission or ministry calling as it fits into the greater Kingdom work of the Historic New Testament Christian Church worldwide.
Contact: Byron or Larry
AWAM combines artistry with ministry to affirm, equip and release artists to bring the message of hope to the nations of the world. Although ARTrageous and AWAM International’s headquarters are located in East Texas, their work reaches across the States and around the World: Dallas, Chicago, Hollywood, India, Nepal, Cambodia, Mexico, Norway and beyond.
Contact: Marlene & Dave
We believe that every one of us is called to create. It is who we are because it is who God is. We believe that God is calling his Church to a culture of rebirth and creative energy, a New Renaissance in Catholic culture to renew the world through the Catholic imagination. Catholic Creatives is a community, an ecosystem, an ecology where that creative culture is being birthed every day.
IWA! is a Christian interdenominational writers’ club that promotes creative writing to glorify Christ by helping individuals advance their writing skills and find effective markets for their work. We sponsor an open writing contest at our yearly conference here in the Houston area, although we had to cancel both the contest and the conference this year due to COVID. We’re a fairly small group right now, but we welcome writers of all experience levels who want to advance their writing to glorify God.
Christian Artists Network seeks to empower the Christian artists through ministry, prayer, and fellowship. To provide instruction in the artist’s vocation, both as a performer and as a Christian. To hold one another accountable to our Christian principles while still maintaining our individuality and personal artistic expressions and style.
The Christian Film & Television Commission was found in 1978 by Dr. Ted Baehr. The CFTVC Ministry is a non-profit organization dedicated to redeeming the values of the mass media.
The Dove reviews are based on Christian values and we want to serve all families and individuals who love great entertainment, but also want to spend their time and money on God-glorifying storytelling. We also recognize that our families might have unique sensitivities, so we want to bring you insight and information so that you can make informed decisions.
This ministry travels and ministers wherever Yeshua opens the door for them to go: We overcome him by the Blood of The Lamb and word of our testimony, so at a dance camp Mindy will weave in aspects of her testimony as she teaches so we can enter into worship through dance together.
Contact: Ralph & Mindy
For more than three decades, The New Harmony Project has lifted up optimistic, hopeful stories of strength, courage, and the resiliency of the human spirit. We do this because we believe stories driven by hope have the power to grow and uplift communities, transform hearts and minds, and ultimately, change the world.
Contact: J.F. David
Plugged In is a Focus on the Family publication designed to shine a light on the world of popular entertainment while giving families the essential tools they need to understand, navigate, and impact the culture in which they live. Through our reviews, articles and discussions, we hope to spark intellectual thought, spiritual growth and a desire to follow the command of Colossians 2:8: “See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ.”
THE RABBIT ROOM was conceived as an experiment in creative community. After author/singer/songwriter Andrew Peterson’s first visit to the Oxford home of C. S. Lewis, he returned to Nashville with a conviction that community nourishes good and lasting work. The Rabbit Room, the name of the back room of the pub where the Oxford Inklings (including Lewis, Tolkien, and Charles Williams) shared their stories, began as a simple blog of contributing authors, songwriters, artists, and pastors.
Socrates in the City holds a handful of live broadcast events each year, hosting conversations on “Life, God, and other small topics” with notable thinkers as Francis Collins, Malcolm Gladwell, John Lennox, Alice von Hildebrand, Dick Cavett, Hugh Hewitt, Sir John Polkinghorne, Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks, N.T. Wright, Os Guinness, and Peter Kreeft. Topics have included “Making Sense Out of Suffering,” “Seven Days that Divide the World,” and “The Life and Writing of C.S. Lewis.”