"Faith-Keeping in Story and Song" - A Webinar with Matthew Clark

  • April 20, 2023 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Pacific Standard Time

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"Faith-Keeping in Story and Song" - A Webinar with Matthew Clark

 

We invite you to join us for a C.S. Lewis College and C.S. Lewis Foundation webinar featuring singer, songwriter, and storyteller Matthew Clark.

 

The webinar will feature a presentation and an interview with Clark, along with a Q&A session with questions from our audience.

 

This is a virtual event using Zoom. Upon registering, you will receive an email receipt and a Zoom link for the webinar from SimpleTix. Please check your spam/junk email folder if you don't receive it shortly after registration. We will also send an email regarding optional discussion groups from Steven Elmore at the C.S. Lewis Foundation.

 

About Matthew Clark

Matthew Clark is a singer/songwriter and storyteller from Mississippi. He has recorded several full length albums, including a Bible walk-through called “Bright Came the Word from His Mouth” and “Beautiful Secret Life”,  a collection of songs highlighting, in George Herbert’s phrase, “heaven in ordinary.” Matthew hosts a weekly podcast, “One Thousand Words – Stories on the Way”, featuring essays reflecting on faith-keeping. A touring musician and speaker, Matthew travels sharing songs and stories. Whether it’s a song, podcast, meal, or an essay, Matthew loves to “make things that make room for people to meet Jesus.”

 

“The Well Trilogy” is Matthew’s current project: 3 full-length album/book combos releasing over 3 years. Each installment is made up of 11 songs and a companion book of 13 essays written by a variety of contributors exploring themes around encountering Jesus, faith-keeping, and the return of Christ. Part One, Only the Lover Sings, was released in May 2022; Part Two, A Tale of Two Trees, releases June 2, 2023. You can learn more about Matthew at his website, www.matthewclark.net.

Date & Time

Thu, Apr 20, 2023 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

CS Lewis Foundation