Five Creative Ministry Tips: October 3rd, 2016


03 Oct 2016

Each week, we’re excited to share a five-pack of useful tips for those serving in creative ministry! Every seven days, we post practical advice on topics such as production, design, leadership, communication, and service planning. While these tips may be simple, they have the potential to radically improve your church. These images are social media ready, so help us spread the word by sharing them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest!

 

#CrtvMinTip: Try using a specific walk-out song at the end of each service that’s relevant to the message rather than a random playlist shuffle.
#CrtvMinTip: Filter creativity through vision. Your job isn’t to just make pretty things. You’re here to turn vision into a reality.
#CrtvMinTip: Want to build trust with your leadership? Help them creatively solve their problems. Don’t just fight for the things you want.
#CrtvMinTip: Choose a church-wide big idea or theme for each month. Use every area of communication to tell a unique perspective of that idea.
#CrtvMinTip: There is value in having both routine and spontaneity in your services. Give enough pattern to bring comfort, but enough creativity to keep it interesting.

 

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Kendall Conner

Kendall Conner serves as the Creative Pastor at Piedmont Chapel in Greensboro, NC. He is a graphic designer, video editor, and all-around media geek, but above all enjoys seeing lives changed. Together with his beautiful wife, Holly, they strive to use media to spread the message of Christ and equip others for ministry.

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