Engaging, outspoken, thought provoking, exciting Christian spoken word pieces, by a number of different authors. Spoken word poetry on a number of different topics.
'...to lie awake at night alone at night, feeling like you're not doing this whole "life" thing right...' Awordsmith shares a spoken word exploring life, faith, and God's goodness in the midst of struggle.
A new experience of a very familiar prayer. Meditate on Matthew 6:9-13 in a brand new way, courtesy of Peter Hughes. "...Our Father in heaven, Reveal who you are."
This beautiful spoken word by Gemma brings us through the Bible and reflects on God's plan for reconciliation with Mankind; a the promise that we celebrate at Christmas.
"He didn't come to do all things for us, but to do all things WITH us." A powerful Christmas spoken word by Zoe that explores the impact of Jesus' birth on our lives.
Drawing on the current political climate and the excitement of Christmas, this Spoken Word draws us back to the centre of it all: the birth of a baby, sent to be the saviour of the world.
A truly powerful spoken word written and performed by Charlene Nelson. This is powerful, hard hitting and inspiring. We're sure this one will speak to you.
Gemma says "This spoken word was written during a challenging time in my life, as a reminder of our God’s faithfulness even when we feel too weak to have faith."
A powerful spoken word piece exploring having a mother's heart not only for those that are biologically ours but for those children who need to know the love of their creator God.
A Spoken Word by Mark Angelo. A massive Happy Easter to you all from all of us at Print Collective. Check out this fantastic spoken word piece, with accompanying words, sharing the good news!
A spoken word piece by Rachaell Birch. Is it possible to go backwards in time to when life was simpler? A time when people communicated in person rather than through a phone...?
A spoken word by Holly Warren. Holly heads up a missional community in Birkenhead with the Eden Network. As a creative she also enjoys painting and performing Spoken Word poetry.
A Poem by Rachael Birch including video recording. "Where are you? "Here I am. Can't you see me? I am hidden in my busy-ness. I am running from here to there. Always something to do, someone to see..."