Rediscover Your Purpose as a Church Creative

In your role as a church creative, does your job ever become, well, boring?
In the week-to-week rush of prepping for the weekend, with late-night renderings or last-minute slide changes seemingly always added to the mix, have you found yourself thinking, Is this what I really signed up for?
Have you lost the joy of doing what you do?
You need to rediscover your flow.
You need to tap back into that unending source of creativity and energy that God provides to his people.
You need to hear from those that have been in your Chucks and understand your frustrations.
You need a day to allow your mind to be renewed and your heart to be reawakened to the deep calling God has placed on your life because of the particular and unique set of talents he gave you for the benefit of his Church.
On April 14, 2016, the all-new, all-online Flow Creative Arts Conference will give you that time to step away from your work so you can return to it with greater passion, greater care, and greater flow.
Through streamed keynotes and on-demand access to breakout sessions, you’ll learn how to:

  • practically enhance Sunday morning worship experiences
  • build a creative process system
  • discover and share your story
  • lead a productive creative team
  • connect with people through art forms
  • work with key stakeholders and executive leaders
  • see, experience, and incarnate the meaning and purpose of creative arts within your church.

Flow’s current speaker lineup includes Brad Lomenick, Stephen Brewster, Aaron Ivey, Jonathan Malm, Jason Caston, Brady Shearer, Jenni Catron, Blaine Hogan, Whitney George, and Tim Peters.
The Early Bird Registration of $129 is available until February 15 and covers your entire church staff and/or volunteer teams. In other words, you don’t pay individually. This conference is for you and your team, to help all of you reconnect with why you do what you do.
The live portion of the conference, which will include interaction with the speakers via social media, will run from noon to 5 p.m. and feature seven keynote sessions.
If you or your team can’t make April 14th work, registration allows you on-demand access to all keynotes and breakouts after the conference is over.
If you’ve forgotten what it means to create with intention …
If you create more for a paycheck than a purpose …
If you’ve lost your flow …
This is the conference for you.

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Andre Kazadayev
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Written by Andre Kazadayev