By Andi Ashworth, Charles W. Ashworth (Charlie Peacock)
Brought to you by Andi Ashworth and Charles W. Ashworth (the musician professionally known as Charlie Peacock). The Ashworths are published authors and contributors to a wide range of books and periodicals. The couple co-founded Art House America in 1991, a non-profit created to inspire a seamless life of Christian discipleship and imaginative living. The Art House in Nashville, a one-hundred-year-old, renovated country church became their family home and the setting for their work of hospitality, teaching, vocational counsel and running award-winning music/film production and publishing companies. For over two decades, the Ashworths hosted artists and writers, theologians, speakers and organizations, including Bono, Andy Crouch, David Dark, Mel Gibson, Amy Grant, Patricia Heaton, Steve Turner, Blood-Water Mission, International Justice Mission, The Gathering and the ONE Campaign. Today, Charlie and Andi function as co-founders/directors emeritus for the three Art House locations: Dallas, St. Paul and Nashville, while Nathan and Cassie Tasker now direct the work of Art House Nashville. Each location retains the Ashworths’ original vision and practice while providing events and weekly programming in support of the unique communities. The Ashworths have been married for over four decades and have two grown, married children and four grandchildren.