[creative matters] chapter five: further thoughts from the front lines

Written by Mandy Thompson

She’s just a girl with a guitar. And, in a perfect world, Mandy would spend her days writing songs and soaking up the sun. But, life is life. And, while not perfect, her life is good. She serves as Director of Congregational Services at The Chapel, in Brunswick GA. If you asked her about her position, she’d say her main course involves developing worship experiences, with a side of creative design and social media for dessert. Tasty!

August 12, 2011

[serialposts]In collecting these quotes, the overarching theme of chapter five began to take shape in my mind.

As artists, as creatives, as innovative thinkers, we have the responsibility and duty and joy to influence the Church, by reminding her who she’s been, who she is, and who she is becoming.

Of course, their concepts are wrapped in words more empowering than any I can offer:

2 Comments

  1. Leslie J. Rowe

    felt like fresh air, reading this

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  2. Claire

    this was an excellent start to my week. light is all around us, we just need to let it in… like coffee for the soul. : )

    Reply

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