You can find information about just about anything through the Internet. You can connect with just about anyone through social media. But how can you find the people and resources most relevant to your particular interests? And, once you’ve found them, how will you maintain contact?
If your interests include arts and mission, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve designed this new website for the International Council of Ethnodoxologists (ICE) in hopes of providing you with “one stop” for all things ethnodoxology. This portal offers you easy access to a rich collection point for relationships, conversations, announcements, training programs, and many more resources that support the intersection of arts and mission around the world.
Through this website, you can:
ICE was started in 2003 to facilitate networking and provide resources towards encouraging and equipping Christ-followers in every culture to express their faith through their local arts. This website continues to implement that vision by capitalizing on the modern-day resources available for online communication, thereby strengthening and expanding our worldwide community of practice.
And so we welcome you to the new ICE website! We hope you bookmark it as your go-to spot for encouragement, inspiration, and information in the world of ethnodoxology. You can stay up to date with current developments by signing up for the free ICE newsletter. If you’re already an ICE member, be sure to log in and explore the relationships and resources available to you through the Member Directory, discussion forum, expanded ICE Library, and other member-specific benefits.
We welcome your input and interaction with the new website. Whatever your level of interest in arts and mission, please use, enjoy, engage, contribute, and don’t hesitate to let us know how we can serve you better.