Today is our 3rd blog post in our series on Creativity! The first blog was about creativity being a new wineskin for the body of Christ. Our second post was about how creativity, for Christians, is on attack because the enemy sees its potential for God’s glory. In today’s post we will be talking about how our creativity as Christians will set us apart from other people.
Welcome to our 2nd blog post in our series on Creativity! Our first post was about how important it is for the body of Christ to embrace creativity. We want to embrace new wineskins and mindsets so we can better reach and equip the next generation! However, have you realized that in today's world, our creativity as Christians is being attacked? Satan would love for us to keep the old wineskin, old traditions. So there are many roadblocks that stand in the way of embracing new creative methods to do more for Christ!
Welcome to our newest blog series: Creativity! We will be taking the next few posts to focus in on this important topic that we really believe is key to reaching the next generation for Christ. Before we dive into the necessity and potential of using creativity in the body of Christ, we first must understand it’s importance! Creativity can often be pushed aside or put on the back burner when it comes to daily life or ministry. But it really is irreplaceable!
This past June at Family First we went through what we called a Prayer Siege, where everyday we prayed over different areas in our culture and in our community. Everyday for one week we prayed for a different Mountain of Influence. These 7 Mountains of Influence are areas in our world where God can transform an entire community through Kingdom leaders, organizations, businesses, and more!
Have you ever been on a mission’s trip? If so, then you know the similar feelings I’m going to be describing today. If not, then why haven’t you? Go on a trip! I promise you, it will change your life. Time, money, resources, age, fear, whatever excuses you may have, don’t let anything prohibit you from doing the work of God, on both foreign soil and on your home turf.