An Example of How to Exegete Image in Worship

The root word for religion is the same root word found in ligament. A ligament is connective tissue that holds two body parts together. In the church, we are the body of Christ and our religion is the connective tissue that holds us together. What if you were to build a worship service around this image? Here’s a quick brainstorm about how that might look.

the best of what you need to know about crafting compelling content

On my 5-year blog anniversary, here are five key principles for what makes for compelling, original content. I have learned most of this the hard way, in years of posting. These keys to getting people to line up to read your stuff apply not only to writing a blog but to any regular process of creating something, for example a weekly sermon.

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.

An Example of How to Tell a Story by Video and 3 Reasons Why This One Works

This short film tells the story of what happened to two men who went on a trip to work at a Guatemalan facility for girls rescued from exploitation. It is one of the best examples of a short films about life change that I have been honored to be a part of. Here it is and three reasons why it works