My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Visible Music College, Memphis, TN, USA
I am an instructor at Visible School, and there is no other place I would rather be. The genuine humility and constant displays of servant leadership throughout the entire community find their source not only in the Lord but also directly from the top of the institution, the President of Visible School Ken Steorts. I have seen Ken tirelessly work - early morning after early morning - to provide the staff, the faculty, and most importantly the students of Visible School with the support they each need. As a faculty member, I have every opportunity to bring my concerns, my needs, and my prayer requests to the staff body and even Ken himself. I've never been in this kind of work environment; it is truly a blessing. Also, as an insider seeing the workings of this community, I can say emphatically that the wisdom, mercy, and love of God rest greatly upon the men and women that make Visible School happen. From meetings with prospective students and reviews of applications to senior recitals and graduation blessings, every student at Visible School is covered in prayer. And our heart is to see the city of Memphis and the world changed through God's healing power to His glory. That is why we specifically schedule outreach opportunities in shelters and schools, free public concerts, and other community events where staff and student work alongside one another doing His work and building His kingdom. I am blessed to be a part of Visible School, where I work, learn, and grow with the kingdom-minded, Christ-centered people that make the vision of a new generation of true worshipers totally sold out to Jesus a reality.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
seeing students grow in the knowledge of their art, the skill of their craft, and the wisdom of the Lord.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
the attitude of the staff, the faculty, and the directors of the school. They all give of themselves; the President of Visible School, Ken Steorts, gives the most. Such servant leadership is a blessing to the community.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
humble, talented, and wise servants.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
influence the music world, the Christian community, and the city of Memphis and beyond with its devotion to training and equipping its students to serve their community with the best they can offer.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?