Weaving Trust in God
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Weaving Trust in God

Reflections on 2018 at AFAA After a phenomenal dance recital (Come Alive), a spring theatre production (Charlotte’s Web), and an art show wrapped up our first official year as a studio this past spring, we headed full charge into our first summer of classes.  With students filling our halls each week with dance camps, theatre...

4 Strategies to Encourage a Special Needs Child to Get Involved in the Arts
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4 Strategies to Encourage a Special Needs Child to Get Involved in the Arts

Music and the arts are the cornerstones to any child’s growth and development. They are known to promote creativity, improve motor skills, and boost self-esteem. For children with special needs, they also offer an alternative way for them to connect with the world and a new form of expression. Though it may take some extra...

AFAA Director’s Note: A Look Behind, A Look Ahead
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AFAA Director’s Note: A Look Behind, A Look Ahead

Happy New Year, AFAA family! As I sit here on the first morning of the new year, my heart is filled both with thanksgiving for God’s provision and the awe of His Sovereignty. A New Year brings to mind new beginnings and the start of a new work and so–to the surprise of none who...

AFAA: A Parent’s Perspective
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AFAA: A Parent’s Perspective

Being involved in a Christian Fine Arts studio has been such a blessing to our family. It has impacted the lives of all 3 of our children! I love that the focus taught is not bringing glory to self, but to “Do everything to the glory of God.” My two sons were involved in theatre...

Why Worship Through the Arts?
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Why Worship Through the Arts?

Post by Chrissy Hahn. God created us for the purpose of worship. Every person illustrates this fact through the choices he or she makes; choices which demonstrate the need to offer worship to something or someone. According to Webster’s Dictionary, worship means: “extravagant respect or admiration for or devotion to an object of esteem.” If...