What do you think about when you hear the word “creativity”? And how do you carry that into your daily work?
After creating us (and the entire Universe), God commanded us to go create things. However, most don’t carry that into what we do. We do our jobs, but often neglect the creativity inside of us and what we were meant to do.
Creativity is not something you do, it’s who you are.
Watch and listen as Barry Saunders, an Innovation Consultant, shares about the importance of inspiration and creativity in our work, no matter what it is.
Visual and Creative Arts as Ministry
This article is part of The High Calling series, Visual and Creative Arts as Ministry. At The High Calling, we believe that art creates a space where people may encounter God, opening a door for transformation. Have you felt it? It’s the way the light ripples across water; it’s the way a good story names something within you; it’s the music you dream in the middle of the night that haunts you in the day. God uses beauty to touch us in the deepest places. As image-bearers of the one true God, we are also co-creators with him, made to impact our culture and each other through the art we bring to life. Does this resonate with you? If so, consider sharing these stories via email, Facebook, Twitter, or through your other social media and friendship networks.