Converge exists at the intersection of faith and culture.
Converge exists to be a prophetic voice in today’s culture, rightly dividing the truth from the lies, filling the media-sphere with the truth of God’s word, and providing rest for those with questions.
We want to be able to look at things and say, “What does God think about this?”. We want to initiate and guide discussions of faith among believers and non-believers alike.
Our mission is to be a leading voice of faith within the media realm.
Our mission is to help change our culture: to bring heaven to earth, establishing the Lordship of Jesus in every sphere of society and every corner of the globe.
Our mission is to help and edify individuals in their search for, or walk with, God.
Our mission is to be a multi-faceted, faith-based media company, speaking the truth in love, confronting the culture, and creating excellent content.
We believe that God is raising up a new generation of Christian creatives who will revive the Church through the creation of excellent, God-honouring content. This is the new renaissance and we want to be at the forefront of this movement!
The Converge Focus:
There are many voices in the media-sphere. There are many things vying for our attention. Amidst the constant noise of opinions and commentary, our guiding question is, “What is God saying?” We don’t focus on what the culture is saying or doing, or what the Church is saying or not doing — we keep our eyes fixed on Jesus and what he is saying and doing in the realms of media, culture, and the world at large.
What you can do:
We would love to hear from you with any ideas, thoughts, or comments. Just go to our contact page to see how we can connect! If you like to write, draw, take photos, make videos, and any other sort of creative thing, please go to our Contact page. If you want to write for us, you can go to our Write page.
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