The Kingdom Art Life Podcast

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A faith and work podcast affirming Christian artists who don't make 'Christian art.' Artist and host, Marlita Hill, tackles the internal things Christians encounter while building their art careers in the marketplace.

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Tackling the unique experience of being a Christian building a professional art career in secular culture, choreographer and creator of the Kingdom Artist Initiative, Marlita Hill, encourages fellow artists to walk in wholeness, move in freedom, and work harmoniously as they build their art career in collaboration with God.

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7-18 minute doses of encouragement or Selah moments
Candor, a dash of humor, LOTS of analogies and metaphors, and the occasional movie reference


Marlita Hill
Marlita Hill is a multi-published author, choreographer, and educator. She is the creator of the Kingdom Artist Initiative (KAI), which mentors professional artists of faith in building a healthy, undivided relationship between their faith and art career. She also forms instructional partnerships with colleges, artist organizations, and churches, providing curriculum to help disciple their marketplace artists. Her books have been used for college ministry courses, small groups, and dance ministries.

Marlita is an Adjunct Instructor and MFA graduate with Belhaven University (MS). She is the Associate Director with Edge Project, produces a weekly podcast, The Kingdom Art Life, and is the Artistic Director/Choreographer for Speak Hill Dance Project, through which she showcases her own work and provides master classes, guest choreography, and residencies. For over twenty years, she has served God as a dance artist in the church and marketplace; and, through that experience, now mentors artists around the world.


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