Deejaying, breaking, emceeing, graffiti writing, and knowing (discovering/imitating) Jesus Christ.
We do this without any pressure/expectations for those in the hip-hop culture to ditch their crews, to stop doing the elements, or to do "Christian versions" of them.
Both faith and hip-hop are things that are much better when experienced than from a distance. So come by our events where we encourage the elements and learning about God. For details, check our Instagram or Facebook pages or send us a message (bottom of the page).
Loving the b-boys and b-girls by providing a session where they can practice. Good floor, good tunes, and good vibes. Let's build our skillz and build each other up.
Seeking God, his love, and truth from the Scriptures, with others who are doing the same. We do this together in a way that's understandable and relatable, where we can ask questions, share stories, and pray with each other.
One Saturday a month, it's an opportunity for the hip-hop commmunity to do what God wants by serving meals to the marginalised.
Uprock Canada is an annual hip-hop and Christian summit to gather and see what a life with God within the hip-hop culture looks like, encouraging each other in faith and the elements.
This metaphor might seem mad corny, and it could work with emcees, deejays, graf writers, or breakers, but...
Once, a b-boy performed at an exhibition to a group of youth. Some of the teens weren’t interested and didn’t pay much attention. Some of them loved it from the jump, but they didn’t learn it right and so it ended quick. Others had the passion, but other things in life squashed their practicing so their dancing eventually died. But there were others who enjoyed it, did it right, and put in the time. Their skillz grew, winning battles and helping many others love and grow as breakers.
If anyone wants to understand, let them think/ask about it.
To see Canada's hip-hop community following Jesus Christ (and helping others do the same).
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