We are the dancers who dance upon injustice.  From the time of Miriam and her tambourine on the shores of the Red Sea to our DTS hip hop teams…dance is a medium for worship and warfare and rejoicing in His goodness.  Through dance we actually sculpt space – creating visual sound waves that impact audiences.  Many CAS schools include elements of dance - some on the street or in the theater.  It is life giving to move to the rhythm of our faith.

Dance of Restoration

This past week we traveled to a small village where we met 20 women who had lost their husbands in the Genocide. Our team was small because of injuries and sickness so only nine of us (out of thirteen) were able to come and perform.  Let me tell you what our awesome God did. 

We shared about restoring dance for the glory of God. After performing several of our dances we began to pray and then dance among them, praying for restoration and for God to prosper them. Some of our dancers had prophetic words for these widows such as God’s promises in Isaiah 61. Those playing the drums got in the spirit and played louder.  The women began to sing and dance.

God poured out new freedom that day and our team also experienced joy in fresh ways while joining in the widow’s song and dance. We praise God that He is the one who encouraged us all and renewed their hope.