Call for Applications: The Resilient Artist Project

Embrace Your Creative Work with Courage The goal of The Resilient Artist Project is to create a space where psychological health is nurtured so you can boldly create in the midst of a changing world. We will investigate the connections between spiritual health, mental health, and the creative process for Artists of faith. Artists will walk away…

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When Churches and Artists Come Together During a Pandemic

One intention of the Brehm Residency is for artists and churches to learn and reflect on the nature of the arts and faith in a deep and embodied way—mind and heart conversing with our hands. In turn, participants practice and foster wholeness in their faith communities. As a nine-month learning and working community of artists…

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Worship, Preaching, and Justice

The above art by John August Swanson has served as a visual representation of the vision of Brehm Preaching—A Lloyd John Ogilvie Initiative, where we believe that catalyzing a movement of empowered, wise preachers means committing ourselves first and foremost to answering the call of Jesus to cast our nets in whatever lake, stream, or…

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Celebrating 20 Years… and a New Look!

Founded in 2001 and named after Fuller Seminary Board of Trustee members William and Delores Brehm, the Brehm Center’s mission is to integrate worship, theology, and the arts for the renewal of church and culture. The original Brehm Charter states, “We believe that God is the original artist, the first Creator. By engaging expert faculty,…

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