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KC Creativity and Faith Missional Network Zoom Meeting
February 22 | 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The KC Creativity and Faith Missional Network is a diverse citywide network of Jesus followers who are connecting their creativity and faith with God’s mission. This network is focused on both local and global mission in the context of creativity and faith. You will be encouraged by others who are on the journey of missional faith and creativity.
THIS MONTH’S PRESENTERS
Engage South KC
If you ask Lexi to sum up her philosophy on life and ministry, she will likely quote Micah 6:8: “Do justice, love mercy, walk humbly before God.” … Or you might get her favorite cliff notes version: Love God, Love People, Do Stuff. Either way, Lexi’s passion for God and love for the Church has taken her on many adventures – from global missions to serving here in her hometown of Kansas City. She did her undergrad work at UMKC and her graduate degrees come from Chicago Theological Seminary in Chicago and Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena.
Lexi and her husband Nathan have three kids – Aiden, Felicity, and Nora – and an energetic Yorkipoo, Brownie. They live – and create – in Brookside. The kids are serious about creating videos for their YouTube pages (and Brownie makes many cameo appearances in them). Nathan is a musician, videographer, and photographer, whose award-winning images are often featured in local magazines. Lexi is a writer, a ministry consultant, and an avid supporter of artisans around the world, believing we can tackle poverty through dignified work in Jesus’ name.
Logan Myles Stacer
Founder of Heartland Arts KC
Logan Myles Stacer, MA is a Kansas City-based artist, educator, and entrepreneur. He is the founder of the nonprofit Heartland Arts KC. HE[ART]LAND, focuses on the intersection of performance and public policy. He has a master’s in Arts Politics from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Inspiro Arts Alliance
Ministry of OM International
Originating from Montreal, Canada, Mat Carson began serving with OM in 1999 by traveling for three years throughout North Africa and the Middle East. He has since helped pioneer arts ministry in OM and currently directs Inspiro Arts Alliance. He lives happily in the forest outside Atlanta, USA with his wife and two children.