Hillsong Worship and Creative Week is for you. It’s for anyone who wants to use their creative gifts and tools to bring glory to God and share the message of Jesus. Be inspired by this collection of Episodes as you connect with God and all He has placed within you.
Our prayer is that as we celebrate our God-given creativity, we would not only empower you in your gift but also use it to bring God glory and move the Church forward.
The Wondrous Adventure of Finding Clarity - Cass Langton
Cass Langton gives some insight on how to overcome the fog and find clarity in God again. We were created to make art in a way that helps people out of their darkness and into light, and that shows them God is real, present, and has a plan for all humanity.
Pastor Bobbie Houston gives expression to the art of warfare against an enemy who does not want us to experience worship and who does not want us to live in the fullness, beauty and wonder of what Christ in us can do. Worship and create; allow the vine to produce and press what is within you.
Pastor Brian Houston's message, "Live Dogs & Dead Lions" encourages you to not despise small beginnings as long as they are alive. Brian shares his experiences of small beginnings and where those beginnings are today. Believe for live dogs to become live lions.
In this message, Joel Houston shares openly and candidly about some of his personal struggles throughout his life journey so far. Joel encourages us with this key message: you are still here, and God is faithful. So keep trusting Him.
Jump into a Co-Lab at Worship and Creative Conference 2019 with Brooke Ligertwood. In this session, Brooke teaches and speaks on prophetic worship in the church. Brooke provides insight, inspiration and scripture to explore this topic.
Join these 16 professionals from theology, to psychology, to creative artists as they discuss mental health, living in your calling and creating for God and with God. This Co-Lab is led by Ben Fielding and Chrishan Jayarathnam, on the bench we have Pastor Robert Fergusson, Taya Gaukrodger, Laura ...
We hear from some of Hillsong’s Creative Team as they open up and share their personal stories and struggles with cancer, anxiety, loss, and divorce and how they found God and purpose through their darkest seasons. Ben Hastings closes the session as he performs “Peace”.
Cassandra Langton speaks about "The Art of Rescue". What God has entrusted you with is a weapon in His hand to reach a world that is in desperate need of Him. Each one of us has a unique story about our own rescue; your story will be used to reach someone somewhere and the gift in your hand God h...
Tune in on Pastor Bobbie Houston’s message on calling at Worship and Creative Conference. Learn about heavenly calling and how our art is meant to play a part of drawing others home to their heavenly calling as well.
Join Pastor Brian Houston in the main arena of Worship and Creative Conference. He discusses creativity in the church and the how to lead a team that works with the Holy Spirit to create a healthy, encouraging, creative atmosphere of worship.
Teaching Pastor Robert Fergusson brings a challenging word titled, "Thinking Inside The Box". Focusing on 2nd Corinthians 4:3-7, Robert discusses how we are mere clay vessel and what we contain is way larger than the box that contains it. We need to focus on the eternal within us, and not what’s ...
Join us for a roundtable discussion with Founder of Pre-emptive Love Coalition, Jeremy Courtney, Brooke Ligertwood, Bobbie Houston, Cassandra Langton, Jonathon “JD” Douglas & Taya Gaukrodger. This session unpacks who our neighbour is and what it looks like to reach others.
Me, Myself, and a Pesky Fallen Angel - Bobbie Houston
Join Pastor Bobbie Houston as she encourages all creatives to allow what God has put within us to enlarge, stretch, and strengthen. Give your best work to the Kingdom of God and watch Him pour into you with increase and take care of the desires of your heart. We will never come up short by giving...
You are your own worst enemy. Self or ego destroys creativity, teamwork, church life and even our personal life. Pastor Brian Houston challenges us get over ourselves and be content in who God has called us to be and the sphere He has given each of us.