Come&Live artist Philip Shorey (Suitcase Sideshow) joins Ben on the podcast to talk about a music score he wrote to the silent horror film Nosferatu. He shares how he used the movie along with an orchestra to present the gospel to thousands of people at an art festival in Poland and then at a theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

They also discuss the power of Art and how every artist has a message, whether they know it or not.

For this interview, I got to sit down with Philip Shorey from the Suitcase Sideshow, and talk to him about his new book, Kill Your Art. He shared with me the heart behind his book, where God is leading him, and how we, as a community, can be praying for him.
Monday, 13 February 2017 12:24

Suitcase Sideshow by Philip Shorey

The Suitcase Sideshow is a traveling theater that brings the hope of the Gospel to the far corners of the earth through the use of marionettes, music, and shadow puppetry.
I’ve always been a person that loves stories. Stories are powerful. They have the ability to inspire us or challenge us. They can change the way we view the world or motivate us to get out there and change the world ourselves. Storytelling is a vital part of Come&live!’s heart; we want to inspire you with the stories of our C&L! Artists.  Recently I got to sit down with Phil Shorey from the Suitcase Sideshow and hear what they’ve been up to, what God has been teaching them and to share some stories of how God has moved through their art.
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