4 Reasons We Stop Creating

There are four reasons we stop creating. All four are based on a desire for comfort. In each case, we retreat from the work, and tell ourselves we’ll get to it again. But the reality is we avoid it.

6 Options For When You Grow Up

Here are six messages I hear about what will happen when you grow up. These options are the end game of our creative dreams.

Make a Mark on Your Growth Chart This Week

When we become adults, most of us stop making our mark on the wall, and in the world. We adopt a fixed mindset about our identity. But God has a bright future for us, which we discover as we un-learn how to conform to the world and rediscover our innate creativity.

The Best Way to Reclaim Your Creativity Is To Love

Loving as God does and God encourages us to do, with our entire heart, mind, soul and strength, is how we recapture our creativity. The reason love is the key to creativity is because it’s the essential character of God the Creator, from whom all creativity flows.

C.S. Lewis and the Role of Imagination in Making Meaning

C.S. Lewis helped the Christian community rediscover Christian imagination, and that imagination isn’t in conflict with reason. If the imagination leads us in an irrational direction to an ultimately irrational area, it is a failure of the imagination as well as a failure of reason.

6 Things on How to Figure Out Your Creative Calling

God created us to flourish through creative expression. When we create good things, we’re actually co-creating with God, so that all the world would know and experience Jesus. Whether what we make is church-y or just everyday, our creativity isn’t random, but understood in the context of a call from God. Here’s are six things about creativity as a calling.

6 Career Options for the Creative Arts in Ministry

If you or someone you care for has ever wondered what a creative arts career in ministry or church life might look like, here is a list of 6 options to make an impact (and a living) in creative ministry.