|In traditional Christian subculture, the word “entertainment” has had an evil stigma attached to it for far too long.
Entertainment was once thought of as a worldly pursuit. Entertainers, once they came to know the Lord, would often feel the need to leave their place of employment.
The industry was typically not a clean place for the born-again Christian, nor was it a setting in which the glory of the Lord could be expressed.
As we seek to redeem the arts for the Lord, however, entertainment takes on a whole new meaning and facet of life. Entertainment can be used to bring the joy of the Lord to an audience. Laughter, fun, and enjoyment are actually important parts of what the Bible refers to as the fullness of God.
“Then David and all the people danced before the Lord with great enthusiasm, accompanied by singing and by zithers, harps, tambourines, cymbals and trumpets.” 1 Chronicles 13:8
||The vision for the Entertainment Agency is edification through artistic expression: communicating the Gospel in contemporary ways that reach the heart.
The church can extend itself through the arts, using it as a tool to cross geographical, ideological, and racial barriers. There is vast potential and incredible power in the arts to minister, reveal spiritual truths, impact people, and speak deeply to the spirit.
"There are sounds and visually impacting sights never seen
or heard before. There are fresh new ways to present our beautiful God, ways that grab people’s hearts and spirits like never before. [God wants to] pour His creativity out in an unprecedented flow that will be greatly received, then
stewarded, by His family, the Church.”
-Andrew Sievright (Last Days Magazine)