Dr. Winfield Bevins is an internationally recognized author, artist, and speaker. As a minister and an artist, he has been working at the intersection of art, faith, and the church for more than two decades. Winfield has a passion to equip artists and mobilize churches to bring beauty, goodness, and truth to the world through the arts.  He is the founding director of Creo Arts, which is a non-profit that helps build local communities for artists to engage the world with beauty, goodness and truth through the arts. He is also artist in residence and an affiliate professor at Asbury Theological Seminary where he champions the integration of art, theology, and mission.

Over the past decade, he has helped start numerous initiatives and academic programs that have helped train leaders from around the world. He frequently speaks at conferences, seminaries, and universities on a variety of topics. He has a doctorate from Southeastern Seminary and is finishing a PhD program at Aberdeen University.

He is the author of several books, including Liturgical Mission: The Work of the People for the Sake of the World, which was a finalist for IVP Reader’s Choice Award (InterVarsity Press, 2022); Ever Ancient Ever New: The Allure of Liturgy for a New Generation (Zondervan, 2019); and Marks of a Movement (2019), which has been translated into Korean and Spanish.  Winfield’s work has been featured in various outlets such as Christianity Today, Publishers Weekly, Outreach Magazine, and Religious News Service.  

He and his wife have three daughters and live in Kentucky. When he is not teaching or writing, you’ll likely find him hiking, kayaking or painting in his studio.