From the blog
Our mission is best described as theological discipleship—a form of discipleship that seeks to bring both thought and behaviour under the lordship of Christ in fellowship with the work of the Holy Spirit. Primarily this means gaining a deep understanding of God’s great act toward us in Christ, and therefore, the consequences of the Gospel for all of human endeavour. It rests on a foundation of Biblical exposition and historical orthodoxy, and is expressed as a living theology in robust engagement with the real world.
We believe a deep theological grounding can only be truly achieved within community. At KRUX, community is undergirded by study courses and dialogue, mentorship, practicing hospitality, and engaging with the Arts.
“Christ did not come to make us christian, but to make us human.”
What We Do
The core vision of KRUX is theological discipleship. A life-giving Biblical-theological understanding of the depths of the Gospel is pursued at KRUX in the context of community, and integrated with a comprehensive understanding of the culture that surrounds us.
Mentorship is intrinsic to our mission, and woven into everything we do at KRUX. We offer an encounter in theological faith-friendship that enables personal transformation in a uniquely powerful way.
Culture & the Arts
In the light of a triune God who continually acts in the redemption of culture, KRUX provides a platform for wrestling with the intersection of faith and culture in many different spheres, including an annual Artists’ Gathering.
We believe that doctrine comes to life only within community. At KRUX, sharing hospitality, presentations, dialogue, Biblical study, life, and prayer, are ongoing invitations into community as well as vital theology.
Gathering faith-based artists into a community for discourse, dialogue and practice in the arts is a liberating and life-giving venture. Explore some of the exciting initiatives we’ve been involved with the past few years:
KRUX offers an exciting range of events, ranging from informal conversations around faith and art, to formal theological discussions, as well as gallery visits and of course, our annual Artists’ Gathering.