Passion in Motion – Inspiration in Dance from Kathryn McCormick

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Dance is one of those art forms I’m always in awe of, how the body is the instrument/voice/canvas that can express so much passion and tell stories where words aren’t necessarily needed. Kathryn McCormick is one such passionate dancer you may recognize from Season 6 of “So You Think You Can Dance.” I got to see her in action last year at the Revolve Tour in Texas, and was inspired by both her moving performances and the story she shared about trusting in God’s plan and purpose for her life, especially in her journey of trying out for the show.

Kathryn on Facing the Seemingly Impossible

“How different would our lives be if we erased the word impossible? In fact, impossible is more than just a word, it’s a mindset. How many times a day do we doubt our potential? If we took a second to let go and allow ourselves to face the uncertainty of “impossible” events we may surprise ourselves. Uncertainty WELCOMES opportunity.” – Kathryn McCormick

Here is Kathryn McCormick at the 2011 Revolve Tour dancing to the song “Set the World on Fire” while Britt Nicole sings:

Kathryn also danced to the song “Who You Are” by Jessi J at Revolve. Here’s an in-studio clip that gives a closer look at her intensity and emotion:

More About Kathryn McCormick

Dedicated wholly to her craft, Kathryn McCormick is a dancer who passionately seeks and desires to perform with purpose and meaning. She throws herself into choreography with reckless abandonment, becoming humbly submitted as a vessel for artistic expression, so that each performance may allow every movement to offer significance and translate emotion. Aside from dance, Kathryn invests herself into others lives, building relationships with anyone who may cross her path. She also has a compassionate heart that seeks to use her own blessings to provide for the less fortunate…

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DCLARE His Glory in Dance – One God, One Spirit, One Movement Event


Let them praise his name in the dance: let them sing praises unto him with the timbrel and harp. Psalm 149:3

If you are in the South Florida area, you are invited to a creative worship experience, “One God, One Spirit, One Movement” that is aimed at bringing glory to God through dance:


Description from the event host:

D.C.L.A.R.E. (Dancers Called Led and Anointed to Reach Everyone) Liturgical Dance Ministry will be hosting this event in an effort to showcase the gifts that God has equipped His saints within the Ministry of Arts. The purpose of this program is to unite like-minded ministries in one venue to showcase the power of the most Holy God and participants age 3-35 that are making noteworthy strides in fostering positive outlooks on life and channeling their energy through the arts. There will be live expression through the arts by Unashamed Mime Ministry, 4 Hiz Glory Liturgical Dance Ministry, and DCLARE Liturgical Dance Ministry which are comprised of men and women, youth and adults respectively.

Anybody can praise as the Bible commands it in Psalm 150, but worship requires relationship with God and we will WORSHIP our “One God”, ask him to send HIS “One Spirit”, to perform “One MIGHTY Movement,” to save souls and break yokes in Jesus name!

The event is designed to create involvement in the community and to highlight the benefits of supporting local ministries, businesses and community organizations.

Tickets are $10 for Adults and $5 for children and students, or $15 for all tickets on the day of the event. Bring your ministries, your families and your friends saved and unsaved; let’s build up the kingdom!

Date: Saturday, June 19, 2010 Time: 6:30pm (Doors open at 6)
Location: Julius Littman Performing Arts Theater- 17011 NE 19th Ave., N. Miami Beach, FL

For more information and to contact the event host click here to visit the Facebook event.

No Dancing In Church? A Documentary Featuring DCLARE Dance Ministry

“No Dancing In Church” is a documentary by Consuela Hayes featuring the DCLARE Dance Ministry. The concept of dance in the church may be a topic of conflict to some…


He Has Risen

The song “Don’t Cry” from Kirk Franklin’s album “The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin” is one of my favorites that reminds of the Easter season and the victory of our Savior. Here it is accompanied by an expressive dance.

“He is not here; he has risen, just as he said.” Matthew 28:6

Creativity for the Kingdom: Dance Inspired by Joel 2:28

An 11-year-old girl dances powerfully to the song "Rain On Us," from Sha’ Simpson’s album "Ordinary Servant." Watch this beautiful display of worship and creativity for the kingdom through liturgical dance. Video from Tayloured Worship Ministries.


Ministry Description From Website: “Tayloured Worship is a ministry appointed by God and led by the Holy Spirit. Dance that becomes worship ushers in the Spirit of God and humbles all mankind and brings us to a serenity, peace and joy within…”