Next Week at Beacon!
Thursday, March 2 7:00pm

Discipleship Center | Bel Air Church | Entertainment Professionals Only

Internationally renowned visual artist and author, Mako Fujimura, Director of Fuller’s Brehm Center for Worship, Theology and Arts, deepens our dialogue between faith and culture.  Birthed and crafted by Mako, “Culture Care” is a movement toward renewal born from the integration of his art and his Christianity. Culture Care affirms that beauty is vital to inspire, edify, and heal the church and culture. This evening with Mako will intensify your perspective as you pursue your calling in the entertainment industry.

Martin Scorsese and Mako discuss 'Silence' here.
Brehm Center Website
Mako's Website
More about 'Culture Care' here

Evening Schedule:

7pm Meet & Mingle (Food Available- $5)

7:30pm Musical Guest- Seven Years 

8pm Director of Fuller's Brehm Center, Makoto Fujimura

March Guest Bio

Mako Fujimura 

Makoto Fujimura, recently appointed Director of Fuller's Brehm Center, is an artist, writer, and speaker who is recognized worldwide as a cultural shaper. A Presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts from 2003-2009, Fujimura served as an international advocate for the arts, speaking with decision makers and advising governmental policies on the arts. In 2014, the American Academy of Religion  named Makoto Fujimura as its ’2014 Religion and the Arts’ award recipient. This award is presented annually to an artist, performer, critic, curator, or scholar who has made a significant contribution to the understanding of the relations among the arts and the religions, both for the academy and for a broader public.  Previous recipients of the award include Meredith Monk, Holland Carter, Gary Snyder, Betye & Alison Saar and  Bill Viola.
Fujimura’s work is represented by Artrue International and has been exhibited at galleries around the world, including Dillon Gallery in New York, Sato Museum in Tokyo, The Contemporary Museum of Tokyo, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts Museum, Bentley Gallery in Arizona, Gallery Exit and Oxford House at Taikoo Place in Hong Kong, and Vienna’s Belvedere Museum. He is one of the first artists to paint live on stage at New York City’s legendary Carrnegie Hall as part of an ongoing collaboration with composer and percussionist Susie Ibarra.


‚ÄčSeven Years

Seven Years loves music and the opportunity it gives for connection with people all around the world.They are a group of independent musicians dedicated to spreading the Word and hope of God through music. 
Band Members:

Michele Suh- Violin

Suthern Hicks- Lead Vocals

Shy Johnson- Lead Vocals

Travis Mikels- Acoustic and Bass Guitar

Richard Harris- Acoustic and Bass Guitar and Vocals


Save the Date for our NEXT Beacon

Thursday, April 6

Two Seating's- 7:30pm & 9pm

Discipleship Center | Bel Air Church | Entertainment Professionals Only

Special Sneak Peek!

Complete virtual experience provided.

Two seating times- Approximately 7:30-8pm and 9:00-9:30pm

(Producers interviewed from 8:00 to 9:00pm)

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED to assure your seat.

Reserve your spot HERE!