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"All the world is a stage,

and all the men and women merely players."

-As You Like It, act 2 scene 7

You are the light of the world.,,, No one lights a lamp and puts it under a basket, but rather on a lampstand, and it gives light for all who are in the house. In the same way, let your light shine  before others, so that they may see your good works and

give glory to your Father in heaven." Matthew 5:14-16

Do you ever feel torn between the church and theatre?

 

Do you feel a divide between what is sacred and what is secular?

 

Do you wish you could talk about Jesus as easily as you talk about show tunes?

Do you worry your church friends will think you're too worldly or your theatre friends will think you're too "churchy"?

Do you ever wonder how to live a life of artistic integrity while growing an authentic faith?

At All the World...a Stage, we believe you can do just that!

 

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All the world. . . a Stage is about connecting the seemingly fragmented pieces of your life so all of it brings glory to God. 

 

If you are a  Christian,  know that you can develop an active, vibrant, grounded faith without compromising your artistic integrity.

 

If you are an artist, know that you can grow your skills and produce excellent works of art without betraying your faith in Jesus or only working in the Christian market! 

 

You can be the same person on Sunday morning in church that you are on Friday night at the theatre.  

As I listen to the silence, I learn that my feelings about art and my feelings about the Creator of the Universe are inseparable. To try to talk about art and about Christianity is for me one and the same thing.”~ Madeline L’Engle

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