Lo Alaman is a spoken word poet, writer, preacher, and all-around faithful man of God who has become a great friend to all of us in the New Room Network. Lo’s day job is as Director of Community Life at The Harvest Church in The Woodlands, Texas, but his passion and gift is bringing words to life (you need to watch his wedding poem on YouTube … its glorious). His most recent creative work is on the subject of lament, and he shares with us the inspiration behind this project, and more on the intersection of art and holiness.
"... find ways - fresh ways - of telling the story of the return of the human race from its exile, and use stories as your explanation.” - NT Wright (4/4)Read More
“Your task is to find the symbolic ways of doing things differently, planting flags in a hostile soil, setting up signposts that say there is a different way to be human. And when people are puzzled at what you’re doing ... (3/4)Read More
"Christian difference is therefore not an insertion of something new into the old from outside, but a bursting out of the new precisely within the proper space of the old." - Miroslav Volf (2/4)Read More