Recently, we began a new series at the church where I serve. It’s called Vintage Faith: Yesterday, Today, Forever.
Today, I’d like to offer an brief overview of the process we used to develop the look and feel of the series. And some of the other creative elements that will be a part of this series. This is probably one of the longest posts I’ve ever done, but it’s full of actual experiences.
This was the first series we’ve been intentional with in the creative process since I’ve been a part of Genesis. So, not only were we dealing with fleshing out a new process, but we had to make it work across two different campuses. This series is also the first time in four years (due to a variety of reasons) that we’ve chosen to intentionally do the same series at both campuses.
The creative process actually began after an online webinar I did through the folks at Worship Leader magazine with Stephen Brewster. Stephen is the creative arts pastor at Cross Point Community Church in Nashville, Tennessee.
If you’ve never heard Stephen talk about the creative process they use, then you need to find out about it. This post about the 3-door process he uses will give needed context. It’s a great process that opens great doors for team creativity and clarity. I started with that and adapted for this situation.
Here’s how we did it: Continue Reading…