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Next Level Leadership for Creative Team Leaders

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I think having an artistic bent on life is a difficult life to live. I also think leading anyone in any right direction is a close-to-impossible thing to do. Many people function 60 hours a week as both. They are the Creative Team Leaders. They lead in churches, in small businesses, in Fortune 500 companies, [...]

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Creating Art from the Inside Out

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We artists are an interesting lot, aren’t we? We see the created order differently than other “normal” people. We seem to breathe deeper and cry harder. We’re not bent on communicating as much as we’re bent on disturbing. And I think God created us this way. And I think it’s all good and fine and [...]

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Help Me Develop a Theme for This

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During 2014, Floodgate will be producing a six-week video curriculum for BOTH small groups and individual use. It will feature teaching (by me) interspersed with legit short-films throughout. It will be available as a DVD product, and also as an online experience. Needless to say, I’m both excited and terrified. But that’s not the point [...]

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Baptism Video Inspiration

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As Christians, some of the most impacting moments we experience involve watching someone get baptized. Because so many people who read my blog either create baptism videos, or work with people who create baptism videos, I thought I’d post a recent baptism video we created. The baptisms happened at 9:00pm, and we showed the video [...]

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Pour Brokenness Into Your Creative Work

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As I envision new art to create for churches and for private clients, I automatically think about pouring the best areas of my life into these new projects. Where have I been successful? What am I great at? Nothing wrong with that. But I must force myself to pour my failures and my personal brokenness [...]

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