Welcome to the College of Arts & Sports
Welcome. We hope you find helpful information and make new friends here. Our desire is to provide a platform with which to connect Christian artists.
If you came to check out possible training schools, find new resources, meet others involved in arts ministries around the world, or to get inspired by what others are doing, we think you’ll find interesting opportunities.
Please contact us with ideas – ideas for new resources we should make people aware of, or ministry opportunities available, or just with comments or questions.
We hope you visit often and come back soon.
Dean's Corner June Update
Saturday, 08 June 2013 03:08
Arts and Sports are areas of significance and celebration, where a small number of people can influence every level of society. The College of Arts and Sports CAS wants to train our students in excellence and Godly values, to pioneer, provoke and leave a positive legacy in those areas of influence for generations to come.
Dean’s Corner - March 2013
Sunday, 10 March 2013 03:49
What is it that most of us like to do? Celebrate!
Recently many of us celebrated Christmas, New Year and then Easter. CS Lewis said in the Narnia series “Always winter, never Christmas.” What a sad commentary on life it would be if it were the same old, same old, day in and day out. Nothing to look forward to. Nothing to rejoice over, just a dull joyless existence.
God is a God of celebration. He is preparing a wedding feast for us. Jesus was accused of being a party animal, eating and drinking with sinners. But in Nahum 3:1 it tells is to “Celebrate your festivals.” When Esther helped deliver the Jews from annihilation they celebrated for days, sharing their food with others who were less fortunate. When the wall was rebuilt by Nehemiah they celebrated with choirs, musicians, eating and drinking for days. Jesus celebrated Passover with his disciples drinking and eating together to remember the provision of the Lord.
Christians should be a people who celebrate like no other. We are the recipients of unconditional love, forgiveness, peace, joy, purpose and a hope for a future that is good in spite of anything that we might go through. Do we count it all joy and give thanks in all circumstances? Do we judge others and feel jealous of them or love and accept them unconditionally? Does the world look at us and see rules and regulations and sad faces or do we truly reflect the Lord’s love for us. We should be leading the way in celebrating each day as well as Christmas, birthdays, weddings, births and even death.