Trevor Dick is an award-winning jazz violinist whose style evokes the sound of Jean-Luc Ponty, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s Mark Wood and Canadian violin icon Hugh Marsh.
Welcome to a new part of my life. Many of you know about my love for arts as a writer/journalist, photographer and musician—and my heart for encouraging others’ creativity. God has now called me into another area of ministry where I’ll keep doing what I’m doing, but with more intentionality.
Just over a year ago, I was interviewing Artists in Christian Testimony (A.C.T.) International executive director Byron Spradlin for a ChristianWeek Ontario article. A challenge from Byron led to the formation of Selaw (pronounced ‘say-LAV’) Ministries.
Arts Connection for Monday, July 13, 2015 - Trevor Dick - Trevor Dick Band's debut release "New World"
Arts Connection for Monday, July 6, 2015 - Deb Elkink - "Roots & Branches: The Symbol of the Tree in the Imagination of G.K. Chesterton"
Award-winning novelist, Deb Elkink (http://www.debelkink.com/) takes a look at how G.K. Chesterton uses the tree as a symbol in her new book Roots & Branches.
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Since opening in 2012, Hamilton’s Flagship Gallery (http://semaphore.ca/flagship-gallery) has been a home for art created by those who work from a “broadly conceived Christian worldview.” One of its recent exhibits, AXIS, features photography and poetry by James Tughan, one of those involved with the start-up of the gallery.
The role of the church is changing in Canadian society and tonight’s guests know how 40 churches across the country have responded to those changes. Award-winning journalists Patricia Paddey and Karen Stiller (http://karenstiller.com/tag/patricia-paddey) wrote Shifting Stats Shaking the Church: 40 Canadian Churches Respond (http://churches.worldvision.ca/resources/shifting-stats) which was recently published by World Vision Canada.
Tonight’s guest is an award-winning novelist who specializes in the romance mystery genre. Her latest novel, published by Revell Books, will be on store shelves in June. Desperate Measures “pulls out all the stops in (a) breakneck and breathtaking conclusion” to Sandra Orchard’s (http://sandraorchard.com) three-book Port Aster Secrets series.