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Chasing Church Excellence Can Drive You Crazy
1 Comment » September 24, 2014

Chasing Church Excellence Can Drive You Crazy

The pursuit of excellence can be frustrating, wasteful and exhausting. We need to redefine excellence. It's not about measuring up, but making the most.

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5 Ways to Make Your Creative Meeting More Creative & Effective
No Comments » September 5, 2014

5 Ways to Make Your Creative Meeting More Creative & Effective

Are your creative meetings boring? Not cool. Here are five ways to turn boring brainstorms into the energizing, creative experience you need to bring world-changing ideas to your church.

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How Your Church Can Innovate by Asking “What If?”
3 Comments » September 2, 2014

How Your Church Can Innovate by Asking “What If?”

Innovation through bold questions: What if that idea applied here? What if this "fact" wasn't actually true? What if I'm wrong?

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Created for More by Jonathan Malm
No Comments » September 2, 2014

Created for More by Jonathan Malm

A 30-day devotional designed specifically for creatives. This little gem of a book belongs on the shelf of every church creative.

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Church Communication Hero: Albert Einstein
No Comments » March 31, 2014

Church Communication Hero: Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein is the greatest scientist of the 20th century and his breakthroughs offer lessons in imagination and creativity.

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Church Creatives: Don’t Be Crushed By Comparison
4 Comments » February 17, 2014

Church Creatives: Don’t Be Crushed By Comparison

Teddy Roosevelt once said, “Comparison is the thief of joy.” Comparison can deflate your spirit and it's not how God defines success.

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Todd Henry Wants You to Die Empty
No Comments » October 23, 2013

Todd Henry Wants You to Die Empty

We talk with Todd Henry, author of Die Empty: Unleash Your Best Work Every Day, about accomplishing great things while still taking care of yourself.

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7 Design Lessons From My First Years in Church Communication
4 Comments » September 9, 2013

7 Design Lessons From My First Years in Church Communication

There's a lot to learn about graphic design, but here are seven lessons I learned in my first years as a church communicator.

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Life After Art: Interview With Matt Appling
No Comments » May 29, 2013

Life After Art: Interview With Matt Appling

Matt Appling teaches elementary school art. Matt talks about art in his recent book, Life After Art: What You Forgot About Life and Faith Since You Left the Art Room.

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Life After Art by Matt Appling
No Comments » May 29, 2013

Life After Art by Matt Appling

Matt Appling is an elementary school art teacher trying to help the rest of us rediscover creativity. We’re all former kindergartners and have that love of creating that was slowly ...

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What the Church Could Learn from Google CEO Larry Page
4 Comments » May 22, 2013

What the Church Could Learn from Google CEO Larry Page

Google CEO Larry Page challenges the world to create something that doesn't exist. That's exactly what churches should be doing.

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This Ordinary Adventure: Settling Down Without Settling by Christine and Adam Jeske
No Comments » April 10, 2013

This Ordinary Adventure: Settling Down Without Settling by Christine and Adam Jeske

This is the story of a continent-hopping, world-changing family that had to settle down in Anywhere, USA and find the adventure they knew so well in the ordinary.

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Donald Miller on Creating
No Comments » March 12, 2013

Donald Miller on Creating

"We are all creators, but too many reject the God-given right to create and instead become consumers."

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Church Communication Hero: Madeleine L’Engle
1 Comment » February 13, 2013

Church Communication Hero: Madeleine L’Engle

She fueled her creativity with challenges and doubts, overcoming rejection to become a celebrated author. She also worked in a church and understands our unique problems.

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Walking on Water by Madeleine L’Engle
1 Comment » February 13, 2013

Walking on Water by Madeleine L’Engle

Newbery winning author Madeleine L'Engle attempts to explain a Christian approach to art in her classic book Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art.

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