Who We Are:
FortyOne20 Ministries is a community of artists committed to reaching and discipling artists and art-observers for Jesus Christ through intentional dialogue about art. We are not affiliated with any specific church, but are rather a collective of committed artists who serve in our respective local churches, coming together to know Christ and make Him known through art and meaningful conversations about art.
What We Believe:
God created humans as whole beings, designed to be in fellowship with Him. That fellowship was lost for all human beings when Adam and Eve disobeyed God (Genesis 3, Romans 5:12). Since then, all human beings are born into this separation from God – unwhole, with a void in our souls. God desires to restore His relationship with human beings, but because He is Holy (completely perfect, nothing deficient or lacking), He cannot tolerate sin (Habakkuk 1:13). Since He is also Just, He requires a payment for sin. In the Old Testament, this payment was made through the sacrifices of animals, but these sacrifices had to be made again and again (Hebrews 10:1). God then prepared a way for us to know Him through His Holy Son Jesus Christ and meets the requirements of the law for sin payment. Jesus bore the sin and separation from God on our behalf through His death, burial and resurrection so we can have personal relationships with God. Jesus is the only way to God the Father (John 14:6). If you believe on the Lord Jesus Christ as your Savior from sin, you will be saved from a lost eternity (that’s forever, folks) separated from God (Romans 10:9, Acts 16:31, John 3:16). When you believe, God begins His work of transforming you into the image of Jesus Christ (Romans 8:29) and making you a whole person, while enjoying restored fellowship with Him.
Reach, challenge and equip artists for Jesus Christ.
Our mission is to build a God-centered, God-glorifying community of artists and art-observers for the challenging and equipping of all believers to reach their lost colleagues and peers for Jesus Christ through intentional dialogue about art.
“That they may see, and know, and consider, and understand together that the hand of the LORD has done this” (Isaiah 41:20).
Get in on the Dialogue:
Contact Lydia Thomas – email@example.com
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