[RESOUND INTERACTIVE] Bridging the Gap: Exploring Inroads to Establish the Kingdom through Art
Resound Artist Panel
Learning to Prophecy on Your Instrument
Stephen Roach is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, public-speaker, author, and poet. He is the founding member of the cinematic-folk band Songs of Water and pioneering visionary of The Breath & the Clay creative arts movement.
Currently, he is hosting his own Maker & Mystics Podcast, composing music for film and television and is working on his first book of non-fiction prose. He and his wife, Sarah, live in Greensboro, NC, with their two beautiful children, Evangelyn Belle and Isaac Brighton.
Upper Room Lifestyle: How Community Shapes the Inner Life of Worshippers
Elyssa Smith & Sean Fitzgerald
Recovering Lament: Why Honesty Matters in Our Worship
Asher Seevinck & Dave Wilton
Asher Seevinck & Dave Wilton are the foundation of the band Loud Harp. Their latest release "Hope Where There Was None" explores the journey of finding God in the middle of a season grief. Loud Harp does not shy away from difficult topics in the context of worship. This freedom has allowed many others to experience the healing and peace that only Jesus can bring.
[RESOUND INTERACTIVE] Inside Out: Cultivating Emotional Health in the Creative Process
Panel Featuring Resound Artists
Heart Rhythms: Discovering the Practices that Keep Us Connected to the Flow of Heaven
Codye is a worshipper, a writer, a speaker, and a skilled artist of the Father’s heart. In addition to being a full time artist and author, Codye also stewards the prophetic creative ministry of 2911 The Treasury. Her passion is to build, encourage, and equip the sons and daughters of God into their God given identities, callings, and destines. She burns to see others undone by the raw and radical love of Jesus; transformed and empowered, to walk in their God given identity and become all that He created them to be.
Wounds, Wonder, and the Word Made Flesh
Every day, in neighborhoods across planet earth, humans experience wounds and wonder. Our bodies bear the burden of betrayal, abuse, neglect, abandonment, and disappointment. In a word, we all experience, lovelessness. In this breakout session, through poetry, music, movies, and scripture we will wrestle with the question: how do we heal from the wounds of life so we can experience wonder? We will reflect on our stories, our restless and sometimes reckless pursuit of love and on the way we have denied, rationalized, and paraded our wounds instead of the embrace them as the way to healthy and strong hearts. We will explore the subversive wisdom of Jesus, that is, only through his death do we find life, only through his wounds do we receive wonder. And finally, as a response to the gift of life, the wonder of our days, we will challenge one another to create poems, music, movies, as our bodies, our real lives becoming and sharing love to a needy world.
Dale is a pastor and poet from Denver, Colorado. He’d like to inspire the entire world but finds that inspiring himself and his family and friends is work enough. He writes and speaks about beauty and misery and his favorite story is the one about how love surprises us in the end. He serves as the Lead Pastor at Lakewood United Methodist Church in Lakewood, CO where he fails a lot. On his best days, he lives by Samuel Beckett’s motto, “Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” To learn more about Dale check out his website www.dalefredrickson.com.
Connecting the World with Heaven's Message
[RESOUND INTERACTIVE] Organic Songwriting: Growing Fresh Songs in the Soil of Your Life
Panel Featuring Resound Artists
Tend the Flame: How to Burn Bright without Burning Out
Creatives are always in the mindset of producing and creating. If we are not careful, we can find ourselves at the end of our rope with a well that has run dry. It is incredibly vital for us to understand the importance of tending the flame of our heart so that we can have a life of longevity and one of lasting impact. In this breakout, we will discuss key principles, practices, and disciplines that can be applied to your everyday rhythm and thus fuel the flame of your heart and your creative process.
Understanding the Call to Write, What to Do About It, and How to Get It Out There
Has God placed a book on your heart? I meet a lot of people who tell me that, unfortunately, too often those books never get started, let alone finished. Understanding the process of writing and how to overcome the common obstacles you face as a writer can lead to making your writing life very rewarding, as well as a blessing to the Kingdom of God. Do you want to learn how to answer the call to write? Then you need a plan for your writing. This workshop will get you on the right path.
Rick Killian has ghostwritten or had the editorial lead on more than fifty books. Rick was the developmental editor on the platinum-selling Jesus Freaks and ghostwrote Jesus Freaks: Revolutionaries by DC Talk and The Voice of the Martyrs. He also helped to write New York Times bestsellers The American Prophecies (#4) and The Final Move Beyond Iraq (#1) by Michael D. Evans. More recently, he adopted the award-winning film, Because of Grácia, into a novel by Tim Simes. Rick's projects have sold more than three million copies.
Creative Stewardship: Using Your God-given Gifts Without them Using You
Leeland Mooring & Casey Moore
Leeland (Leeland Mooring & Casey Moore), joined the Bethel Music Collective in 2015. Based in Nashville, TN, they carry a storied history of songwriting and passionate worship. Since their stunning 2006 breakthrough debut album “Sound of Melodies,” progressive Leeland have become one of the most important voices in a new generation of worship music. Their lives, ministry, and music are a true extension of their passion to simply worship God personally and in the context of their community of family and friends.
Your path to a deeper, more connected relationship with God starts at Resound Conference. On November 16-18, 2017, join Ray Hughes, Stephen, Roach, Housefires, Leeland, Fuego, Loud Harp, Luke Humbrecht and Upper Room Music as we worship and seek God with a (TEN)ACIOUS HEART.
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