Faithful Fashion: Native Supply & Jon Bellion takes a Stand Against Idol Worship at the Grammy's

Faithful Fashion: Native Supply & Jon Bellion takes a Stand Against Idol Worship at the Grammy's

For this year’s Grammy Awards, we at Native Supply partnered with world class singer, platinum songwriter, rapper, and record producer Jon Bellion to make a powerful statement through fashion. 

Commissioned by Bellion himself, we customized an outfit that not only turned heads but also ignited a conversation about the dangers of idol worship on one of the biggest stages in the music industry. 

Adorning Jon’s meticulously tailored blazer is a subtle yet striking tab on the front bearing the bold declaration "Idol Worship." Contrasting this assertion, the back of the blazer proudly proclaims: "No idols will be worshipped here." This deliberate placement and juxtaposition serves as a poignant reminder of the conflicting messages present, reinforcing our unwavering dedication to upholding the principles of true worship and steadfast faith in Christ. This collaborative endeavor transcended mere fashion; it encapsulated a profound commitment to preserving Christian values within an industry often enticed by the allure of fame and worldly success.

Idol worship comes in many forms. It can manifest as an obsession with material possessions, a relentless pursuit of fame and recognition, or even the elevation of our own desires above God's will. Whatever shape it takes, idol worship ultimately leads us away from the truth and binds us in chains of spiritual bondage.

But as believers, we can experience the joy of being set free through the sacrifice Christ has made for us. He alone is worthy of our worship and devotion.

In Matthew 4:10, Jesus declares, "You shall worship the Lord your God and him only shall you serve." These words remind us of our calling to worship Christ alone and to reject the false gods that seek to steal our affections.

So what does this mean for us? It means we must examine our hearts and identify the idols that may be lurking within. It means we must be willing to let go of anything that stands between us and our relationship with God. And it means we must fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith.

let us also consider our own lives. What idols are we tempted to worship? What distractions pull us away from wholehearted devotion to Christ?

In a world where idols constantly clamor for our attention and allegiance, let us be steadfast in our commitment to Christ. Let us cast aside the false gods of this world and embrace the freedom found in Christ alone. Together, let us break free from the mold of idol worship and live lives that bring glory to His name by surrendering our lives completely to Christ. As we do, we will experience the true freedom and fulfillment that comes from worshipping the one true God.


- Ameen Hudson

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