More Prophetic Art Links

Here are more prophetic art links to organizations and resources we hope will inspire you. We’ll be continually adding to this list as we discover more. Have a resource you think would fit here? Send us the link via the contact page, and we’ll happily look at it. Enjoy!

Belonging House :: Belonging House is an international hub called to raise up an army of artists who build Jesus a throne in the earth. We make disciples of Jesus Christ who happen to be artists.   Right now the Belonging House family includes fine artists, designers, jazz musicians, worship leaders, writers, poets, dancers, and those who love them. We value hospitality, excellence, and listening to the Lord and doing what He tells us.

Bethel: Creative Arts :: Bethel’s Creative Arts team’s passion is to use the arts as a supernatural way to open the doors to the miraculous love and power of God that brings healing and transformation. Our heart is to creatively express God’s presence in church life and in the community through training believers to prophetically call out the gold in people. Through equipping and sending out anointed artists, musicians, photographers, actors, and dancers, the Creative Arts is ushering in a Culture of Celebration into the streets, businesses and schools in Redding and all over the world.

Midnight Oil Productions :: At Midnight Oil, we’re passionate about creative worship that authentically communicates to today’s digital culture. Our goal is to further the vision of worship for the digital age through ideas, resources and seminars that work for local churches.

Rushing Water :: To express and communicate God’s heart for His church and the world through prophetic art. We accomplish this by practicing intimacy with Him, understanding His love for people, also by equipping others to release Kingdom creativity through teaching and training.

Visual Liturgy from The Work of the People :: We produce visual prayers, visual poems and visual benedictions, interpretive and contemplative pieces as well as looped visual imagery for worship. They are all useful in practical ways and in various settings, but they aren’t meant to decorate, they are meant to declare. Through language, and in ways beyond language, they declare the truth of what has been, the reality of what is and the hope of what is not yet.

Heaven to E(art)h