How to Live Out Your Worship

By Steve Austin | lgbtq

Nov 13

As an artist (whether it’s written word, musician, photographer, painter, etc.), having our work validated, appreciated, and shared is such an honor. I have been given the opportunity to turn my passion for messy grace into a brand-new weekly column for my friend Jason Ramsey at Altarwork.
What’s Altarwork?

A publishing and marketing outlet for all things worship arts. Why? Because the world needs to hear what Christians have to say. Our mission is to ignite a Christian Creative Arts revolution. Seriously. We want to showcase and promote the gifts that God has given us to help inspire people and spread the Gospel.

We publish all mediums of Christian Creative Arts in a modern, social media driven, interactive publication. We then work with our artists to market and promote them and their material. We want to help them maximize exposure and realize their creative potential in Christ.

Today, the conversation is about the fact that it’s who you are that counts. Your worship to God is the way you live. The journey toward authentic faith became real for me in the moment I am sharing today. The most effective way to destroy prejudice is by sharing tangible love, one opportunity or person at a time.

Click here to read the rest of the story and continue to conversation about messy grace.

Grace is messy,


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About the Author

Steve Austin is an author, speaker, and life coach who is passionate about helping overwhelmed people learn to catch their breath. He is the author of two Amazon bestsellers, "Catching Your Breath," and "From Pastor to a Psych Ward." Steve lives with his wife and two children in Birmingham, Alabama.

  • Jason Ramsey says:

    Thanks, Steve! Fans of yours will like what they find at http://www.altarwork.com — an emotive minefield, for sure. Happy to partner!

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