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General Arts

Each year, Karitos strives to include workshops that cross over from one specific track into a world of other applications. These workshops are offered within specific departments, but their message, application, and impact will reach well beyond the fields of their host departments. 

Session 1

Friday 10:45 - 11:55 am

Mixed Media “Thank You” Painting

In this class we will use mixed media, found objects and printed text to create a unique painting of worship. We will use things we find beautiful to say thank you to the Creator with our work.

Taught by:  Joey Kikke

Session 1

Friday 10:45 - 11:55 am

The Awe in My Worship

Encouraging session for all singers, musicians and recording artist that aide with corporate worship.  Let’s focus on the object of our worship as we look into scripture. Attendees will be challenged to get back to the Awe in their worship.

 

Taught by: Pastor Cory Ratliff

Session 1

Friday 10:45 - 11:55 am

Nurturing the Body, Soul & Spirit

This session based from biblical principles focusing on the pillars of health and ways to purposefully care for one’s Spirit; engaging our Spirit communion with the Spirit of God, Soul; wellness practices for the mind, will and emotions and Body; healthy care nutrition for God’s temple.

 

Taught by: Cynthia Newland

Session 2

Friday 1:00 - 2:10 pm

Improvisation and Embodied Prayer

A creatively stimulating class for all (no prior training needed) engaging the Spirit, Soul and Body in communion with God, utilizing the Psalms and other scriptures as a basis for embodied exploration and response.

 

Taught by: Cynthia Newland

Session 2

Friday 1:00 - 2:10 pm

The Driving Force Behind Passion

Like any serious ministry, passion must be the driving force that calls you and drives you to the acting or drama ministry. Not just a passion for the method, but more importantly, a passion for souls.  But as the grind of rehearsal drags on, sometimes passion is lost among the cast, crew, and even ourselves. In this workshop, we will explore some of the determents to passion and things we can do as leaders to create an environment that is always focused on the true goal of our production:  which is to reach the lost.

Taught by: Howi Tiller

Session 2

Friday 1:00 - 2:10 pm

Pour Your Heart Out

Psalm 51:10 Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast Spirit in me.
Each student will pour their hearts out to God with writing what this scripture means to them. They will write their thoughts and prayers on the canvas first. Then each student will do the acrylic pour on top of the words they write to God. Your words become the foundation of your acrylic pour painting! Amen!

Taught by:  Linda Harris-Iorio

Session 2

Friday 1:00 - 2:10 pm

Leading An Audience of N’ONE

This session is designed to bring worship artists into the depths of communion and oneness with the Father, the Son, The Holy Spirit and one another.  As a reflective answer to one of the greatest prayers prayed by Jesus, participants in this session will leave with a renewed understanding and functioning in what we call “Worship Service.”

 

Taught by: Vivien Hibbert

Session 3

Friday 2:25 - 3:35 pm

Pushing Through - In Prophetic Worship & In Life

If you've been alive for more than a minute in worship leading, or any leadership, or just in life, you have had to learn to Push Through when things get hard. And life is hard! But even in the difficulties, we can push through and somehow at the same time, rest in His arms. Relax! And push through!

Taught by: Sharon Harper

Session 4

Saturday 9:00 - 10:10 am

Courts of the Lord

As the Bride of Christ, we are invited into the courts of the King (Psalm 100:4) Have you ever thought about these courts? What do they look like? what are we supposed to do when we enter? In this class we will examine some of these courts and study the royal protocols of being in the presence of the King of kings. As worshipers, we have many official duties to engage in as we serve in His courts and administer His kingdom on earth.

 

Taught by: Vivien Hibbert

Session 5

Saturday 10:25 - 11:35 am

Art is Mission

Lecture type workshop. Rosemarie Adcock is founder and president of Arts for Relief and Missions, which is devoted to communicating the Gospel from the cultural sphere of the arts. She is a professional fine artist, published author, and international conference speaker, with a heart to equip people to transform our culture for God.

Taught by: Rosemarie Adcock

Session 5

Saturday 10:25 - 11:35 am

Nutrition for Optimal Performance

This educational lecture based from biblical principles and scientific research will include the following topics, eating whole foods for healthful living, healthy choices for people with busy schedules, tips for meal preparations, nutritious snacks and portions, fueling to for disease prevention, balancing your immune system and lifestyle nourishment vs. fad diets and other.

Taught by: Cynthia Newland

Session 6

Saturday 2:25 - 3:35 pm

Christian Music And Missions

Nancy has had a missions heart and therefore has been involved in sharing her songs with many parts of the world. She has a heart for the widows the orphans and the lost. Please come and hear her experiences as the Lord has opened many doors for her music in other lands.

Taught by: Nancy Honeytree

Session 6

Saturday 2:25 - 3:35 pm

Group Paint with Milton

Help Milton spray paint a mural for a local community ministry on site. 

Taught by: Milton Coronado

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