EthnoArts: Helping Communities Reach Their Goals Through the Arts
Art speaks to a person’s heart just like their language does. And that’s why EthnoArts is a part of the work of Bible translation.
But what exactly is it and why is EthnoArts critical to communities receiving a newly translated Bible?
Join Chris Gassler as he shares the three driving principles for healthy and effective EthnoArts, which enable a community to engage deeper in Bible translation and biblical transformation.
Chris and his wife Lori have served with Wycliffe for 10 years. Chris has primarily served as an arts consultant in Cameroon and EthnoArts coordinator for African countries. Chris started his career as a classically trained trombone player and university instructor.When: Sunday, Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. ET
Explore Wycliffe Live is a free, one-hour online event designed for you to hear from Wycliffe missionaries serving around the world. You’ll get to hear about a variety of topics ranging from Bible translation to internship opportunities to trauma healing and so much more! We hope you’ll join the conversation!
(Note: You can view previously recorded events at our Explore Wycliffe Live homepage.)