There is something about a creative element – a song, a drama, a dance – intentionally placed within the context of a church service that connects the dots and moves the heart in ways other modes of communication just can’t. Creative arts, and by extension creative ministry, are expressions of worship to a Creative God, and can effect life-change in a heart ready for it’s message.
I am passionate about the power creative arts can have in the Church and have spent much of my time in ministry serving in this capacity. I hope these resources will be a blessing to you and your congregation as you creatively minister to those in your care.
What you can expect
Scripts, monologues, and service planning ideas – most of which are completely free to use – and thoughts on blogging and publishing your written word.
Monologues, scripts, and service ideas for full-length Christmas presentations and Christmas-themed creative elements. [Browse Now]
A collection of Good Friday and Easter scripts and service ideas. [Browse Now]
A collection of monologues, scripts, and service ideas for patriotic church services. [Browse Now]
Service Planning Resources
- 6 Things You Can Do NOW To Prep Creatively For Your Christmas Services
- 5 Ways to Creatively Source Your Christmas Service (and 20 resources to help you implement them)
- You CAN Think Creatively for Christmas
While not always associated with up-front creative ministry, the art of writing is an indispensable tool that not only supports the execution of creative ministry for the church, but is a creative ministry all it’s own. [Read More]
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