This collection is for creatives across all disciplines to steal away from the ordinary and create space to encounter Jesus. The goal is simple… to glorify God in all we do and to empower you to creatively fulfil His call in this generation.
Get full access to 2017’s conference! Hear from Pastors Brian and Bobbie Houston, Cass Langton and Robert Ferguson in the main arena, catch Unboxed sessions including Rich Langton and Jay Argaet, practical masterclasses and more!
We join Pastor Bobbie Houston for this “White Chair” session as she touches on working with a creative team, what it means to create pathways, prophetic worship, stewardship of gifts, and how to bring excellence to everything we do.
Join us for our “White Chair” session with Jonathon Douglass as he discusses worship leading that points to Jesus, the excitement he gets from praising God and how God searches the earth for people who are available!
Join Hillsong Film and Television and Hillsong Channel’s Ben Field for this “White Chair” session as he discusses the power of uniting and changing people through storytelling, and how stories help bring hope to the viewer.
We join social media specialist Jose Huergo for this “White Chair” session as he talks about changing social media with the message of Jesus. Kingdom-minded social media can be a catalyst for hope on social media platforms and help change culture.
Join us for “The White Chair” session as we chat to Josh Bonett about unity in creating. Each creative journey is different, but what is important is to articulate the objective of what everyone is trying to achieve, and to know what the audience should walk away with.
Join us for “The White Chair” session as Stephen Pippett explains how the Creative Technology team are like the Levites – they are the first to arrive, the last to leave and help move the whole creative team forward.
Join Hillsong Teaching Pastor Robert Fergusson for this “White Chair” session as he talks about being vessels. Your gift says nothing about you but everything about God - you are a vessel called to bring glory to God!
We speak to Muchiri Gateri in this “White Chair” session about worship leading off the platform. Whether you are on or off platform, what you do will just be activities unless you engage your heart and bring the sacred which makes it worship.
We are in the “White Chair” with Jad Gillies as he talks about what authentic worship looks like, what is costly worship and how worship leaders should relax. People don’t come to church for you, but to be encouraged and the worship team needs to facilitate that.
We are in the “White Chair” session with JP Starra. JP talks about the importance of training a team. Training is vital for the work of the ministry because it mattered to Jesus and it makes us stronger.
Join us for this episode of the “White Chair” session with Gabriel Kelly as he talks about seasons of transition; a creative life evolves with the different seasons of life and looks different in each season.
In this session of the “White Chair” we hear from Harrison Wood as he explains how failure is all a part of the creative process. Doubting yourself is part of the journey and all of us go through it; setbacks can actually help you get better at your craft.
Taya Gaukrodger is in the “White Chair” as she shares her most embarrassing moment while worship leading, explains how honest worship is a spiritual weapon, and also talks about her quiet place and how important that space is for her.
We are in the “White Chair” session with Ben Fielding who talks about worship that liberates, creating art and music from a place of depth that exposes the character of God, and shares his first moment of being in the presence of God.
In the “White Chair” is Laura Toggs who talks about waiting for God. The presence of God is worth the wait; to bring authentic worship takes a moment to step outside of your world and its distractions to give a long, loving look at God.
Join us for the “White Chair” session with Rolf Wam Fjell as he talks about how drumming itself doesn’t change much but attaching it to the purposes of God helps him minister to people using his gift. Rolf also talks about operating in spiritual authority.
Join us for the “White Chair” session with Kristin Mateika. Kris talks about us being carriers of His story - as artists we are called to be evangelists, and we need to remember what the original intention was for creating something.
Cassandra Langton is in the “White Chair” and shares some gold on connecting who we are as creative beings to who God is and what we can achieve when we spend time with Him and allow God to infiltrate our creative process.
We are in the “White Chair” with Jay Argaet who shares on the shadow of God, getting into God’s shadow for help in the creative process and how to use failure as a step closer to creating something even better.