HUMBLE BEAST RECORDS

Humble Beast is a family of creatives, pastors, writers, theologians, and musicians who leverage their talents to see the Gospel go out into the community and transform lives. We do this as individuals and as a family. Individually, we live our lives as missionaries, disciple-makers, and culture-creators. As a family, we combine our efforts to create a hub of Gospel-saturated resources, communicated in compelling ways and freely shared with everyday people.. Humble Beast Records is the home of Propaganda, Beautiful Eulogy, Sho Baraka and Jackie Hill-Perry.

Our MISSION

Humble Beast is a creative collective of individuals who attempt to express our life through our gifts with our best.  What does that look like?  It begins with...

Our LIFE

Humble Beast is a collective of individuals who share the same commitments & convictions.  We strive to live out our lives openly with every person in as many ways as possible.  We all share the same open and honest commitment to Jesus Christ.  We strive to do all of this with transparency in all humility.

Our GIFTS

Humble Beast is a collective of artists who make music & resources.  With each production, Humble Beast aims to be compelling & authentic for our culture.  We pour our lives into each of these resources & in turn we give them away for free.

Our BEST

Humble Beast is a collective of innovative minds who prize the very best in quality.  Everything we do comes from our best efforts, not our leftovers.  We strive for excellence & pour everything into what we do at Humble Beast – all for the glory and honor of the One who poured out His life for us, Jesus Christ.

 

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A Christian should use these arts to the glory of God, not just as tracts, mind you, but as things of beauty to the praise of God. An art work can be a doxology in itself.
— Francis A. Schaeffer, Art & the Bible