Back for its third year, the SQC Creative Conference featured a series of keynotes and practical presentations by Adventists who use media and creativity in their professional or personal spheres.
With her creative personality and willingness to serve, Carolin Schmitz founded Happy Hands Art Time, an award-winning, non-profit community art program that has been her ministry for a decade.
Is it too much of a stretch to understand enough about television or music to be able to offer a Christian perspective on the space?
The old dream, but the young vision. Dr Brad Kemp discusses what it’s like to do ministry with young people.
Artists, musicians, filmmakers, writers, social media influencers and other creatives were inspired by the presentations.
Patrice Patel, founder of performing arts company “Gobsmacked”, is using her talents to share the message of Jesus with children and parents alike.
With a successful Instagram account engaging women from all across the globe, and now a magazine, Naked Billy founders Nicole Martin and Kiran Roberts are sharing God through a message love.
“The beauty of being an artist [is] you can go down the rabbit hole and learn to see the world in a new light.”
A return to “normal” doesn’t mean we should revert back to doing things the same way.
A further exploration of creative talent within the Seventh-day Adventist Church.