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New Worship Album from Scotland

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Keith Gainham and Linette Penney-Gainham, who have a creative community with The Worship Studio, are working on a new project! Linette Penney-Gainham is a prophetic artist and worship leader from Scotland who travels internationally teaching on art and worship.  Linette and her band, Cadence, have an up-coming album ‘The Road Less Traveled By…’  It is […]

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To Be Healed by Jim Banks

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Isaiah 53:5 tells us some very specific things about the sacrifice that Jesus made for each of us; “… He was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities, the punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed.” (NIV) The question I pose is, what does […]

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Suspension of Disbelief: How Art Works by Manuel Luz

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Please take a moment to read this inspiring article by Manuel Luz about the beauty of all God has created and how He designed each of us to respond to it. http://manuelluz.wordpress.com/2013/04/18/suspension-of-disbelief-how-art-works/ Manuel is currently the Creative Arts Pastor for Oak Hills Church in Folsom. He has been happily married to and hopelessly in love […]

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Network of Creative Communities

The desire of The Worship Studio is to see creative communities established all over the world who share the vision, commitment, and passion for raising up an army of artists to reveal the Glory of God in the earth. God is mobilizing us for His purposes in our generation as we form this network of […]

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Stories From The Studio: Collaborative Worship : by Gabrielle Dearman

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On Thursday, February 21st, through Sunday, the 24th, The Worship Studio held our first Prophetic Creativity Retreat at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly in the city of Black Mountain. Thirty-three painters and musicians gathered together to learn from Matt Tommey, Pattie Ann Hale, Linette Penney-Gainham (of Scotland!), Ray Hughes, and Brian and Ramey Whalen. One […]

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Stories From The Studio: There Is Unity In Community! by Gabrielle Dearman

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“Growing and being in community is one of the biggest challenges,” as Matt Tommey noted, during a discussion at our artists group. As a ministry dedicated to reaching out to and doing life with artists, we have so many different personalities, giftings, and creative expressions among those in our community. Because of the variety of […]

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Stories From The Studio: Grace Carries Us Through by Gabrielle Dearman

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There was a wonderful dialogue about grace that unfolded recently among our River Oaks Artist Group friends. Our group was small that night, but we went deep in honest conversation. Through our study of One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp, we have been discovering that fullness of grace is generously available to us daily. Interspersed […]

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Stories From The Studio: Authentic Community In Everyday Moments by Gabrielle Dearman

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Having had the day off on Friday, I took the opportunity to spend the afternoon at River Oaks Studio. It was raining outside, but inside the studio, the atmosphere was calm and bright. There was nothing scheduled, or any major event going on, but having time to be a part of a beautiful, and fairly […]

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Stories From The Studio: The Value Of Naming Our Thanksgivings by Gabrielle Dearman

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Our River Oaks Artist Group is well into our study of Ann Voskamp’s book, “One Thousand GIfts. As part of our time together, we have started placing a written thanksgiving into a box that we are passing around each week. We will revisit our thanksgivings at the end of our study. As our thanksgivings box […]

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Stories From The Studio: Wrestling With Eucharisteo by Gabrielle Dearman

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Discussion on Monday at the River Oaks Artist Group led us to a place of our wrestling with the space between where we are and where we want to be. With Chapter 2 of Ann Voskamp’s book, One Thousand Gifts opened on our laps, we fumbled through accounts of many difficult memories and challenging experiences to find […]

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