I did my DTS in 2001 in Canada and fell in love with the Word, which lead me to do an SBS right after I graduated. The power of the gospel in the Book of Acts convicted the shy and insecure German so much, that she stayed on staff for two years to be trained as a Bible teacher for the nations. Getting a university degree in languages in between, I helped pioneer an SBS and train local Bible teachers for four years. The prospect of getting more theological training led me to move to Montana in 2015, and in combination with the beautiful Rocky Mountains and a leader interested in the arts it’s the best decision I could have possibly made. My passion is to bring theology and the arts together – to equip artists theologically and to help Bible teachers understand the arts. We need theology and the arts to help us truly live as incarnational beings and see the world transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ!

Hope is Terrifying

‘“About this time next year,” Elisha said, “you will hold a son in your arms.”  “No, my lord!” she objected. “Please, man of God, don’t

Your Beauty is Not Your Value

It was over – again.  The hope, unspoken, barely admitted, though thoroughly wrestled through, fell away like it had so often done before. As usual,