How to Get People to Care About Your Good Content

All good content needs a strong concept. Good concepts spin off dozens of themes. They’re also necessary to get people to care about your good content. And if people don’t care, why do you do it?

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 Complete Checklist For Designing Creative Worship In 60 Minutes

Sometimes it can be daunting to turn a good idea into a creative worship experience. To help, I’ve pulled an easy checklist of essential strategic elements every worship service needs. Download this PDF for free and use it at your next meeting.

Do You Make This Crucial Creativity Mistake?

The purpose of creativity isn’t illustration, as humor, interlude, or a setup to “the real point.”

Finding the Narrative: Seven Sermon Series Examples

A review of the sermon series during my first year at Peachtree, with some lessons for what works and what doesn’t in crafting sermon series concepts.

Three Ideas For More Creative Worship Planning

Here are three annotated, tweetable ideas from my book on worship design with teams.

A creative worship concept for Easter

Stained: We are all broken images of God’s creation, dependent on the light of Christ to illuminate us.

Why design is essential to effective communication

Most dismiss design as the icing of a core object or idea. That’s a mistake.