participate in creation…

“What is the place of art in the Christian life?”

In his 1973 book “Art and the Bible,” Francis Schaeffer asked, “What is the place of art in the Christian life?”

Almost 50 years later – the evangelical church is still asking the same question.

At Envision Berlin, we love because God is Love.  We pursue justice because God is just.  And – we create because God is the Creator! The image of God is reflected best when our practices reflect his character.

How we foster creativity at
Envision Berlin










Podcast & Recording



Graphic Arts



Social Media





We love helping to care for and curate creative culture! That means that we’re always look for creatives to help us in what we do.

Performance Artists are welcome to submit an inquiry so that we can help you preform in partnership with our friends and partners around the city of Berlin.

Authors of non-fiction, fiction, short stories, and more are welcome to see if their work is a good fit for the projects we are working on. We collaborate in publishing for both Jesus-centered and general audiences.

Artists and Designers have been known throughout the years to play a vital role in telling culture’s stories. We want those stories to be told and want to work with you to share them.

Digital Curators weave the world together via online media. It’s a modern day skill! We love it when our friends around the world can experience art that glorifies our Creator.

Digital Media Artists work with a wide range of canvases. Envision Berlin is positioning itself to help foster the creation of audio and visual stories and are always looking for help from digital storytellers.

If you see yourself wanting to help in any of these areas, would you send an email to and start a conversation today!

Creative Challenge Gallery

At Envision Berlin we value the intersection of creative expression and faith. By following the current creative challenge theme, we will share works that encourage us all to participate as producers and consumers, creators and contemplators.

“In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ ” Acts 20:35

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