I didn’t know it at the time, but for five years I was blessed to be part of a singular experience designing worship. We didn’t think what we were doing at our church, called Ginghamsburg, was special; we were just having fun and making stuff. But the impact was far reaching. Here are five lessons from my first experience as a church creative that are more relevant today than ever.
I love this one point, because it highlights a truth I’ve come to learn as well: a lack of resources will force you to be creative in worship planning:
Experiment, Even If You Lack Existing Means….
The value of trying new things and the value of being flawless are pretty much mutually exclusive. You’ve got to be willing to try something without knowing if you can pull it off. This isn’t to say that we put out mediocre stuff. On the contrary, you’ve got to work hard to give your best.