4 Questions to Find Your Focus When it comes to finding a job that is a good fit, it can be a struggle knowing how to end up in where you want to be. One typical approach is like this. First you look at all the things you like to do and try to figure […]
Facing burnout? Two factors to adjust Burnout can vary from a feeling of tiredness and lack of engagement all the way to serious conditions that require a medical leave of absence. What do you do when you start feeling the symptoms? Here’s a simple diagram to remember.
In my last post, I wrote about the set and stage design to create a castle for the Royal Kingdom summer camp theme. Today we turn our attention to the lobby. The UCC team did a great job transforming the lobby. This was the lobby. This is the entrance to the main hallway to the […]
A castle in Davis, CA? You bet! And an oversize 3D throne too! A project I got to work on the last few months involved converting a church into a full-size castle.
Friday July 26, 2019 Finally, a dream come true! We got to go to the Museum of the Bible! Ever since I heard about it a few years ago, I have wanted to go. As a designer who practices graphic design, interior design and lighting design, as well as an event coordinator who loves creating […]
My pastor friend is planning a volunteer appreciation event and asked what elements should be considered. Here’s a list if you want to put together an event of your own. Mix or match or pick out key items that fit your church culture.
Last week, I spoke at the Evangelical Covenant Church Midwinter Conference about volunteer mobilization. Here’s the video in its entirety. I go through a model of how to engage people in ministry using the Serving Readiness Spectrum.
Sadly, my website has been attacked by malware and is messed up! This video was on the home page but is no longer available there. It’s a fun video to describe the services I provide to churches.
Last month I had the honor of doing a wedding stage design for the first time! My usual work is in churches, and I had the joy of meeting a delightful Christian couple that was having a wedding at their church.
In my last post, I described the Four Circles training experience we created for the 4,500+ attendees at the CHIC 2018 conference. Now I go behind the scenes for those of you who like to hear how things happen — as well as all the things that go wrong!
This week I had the joy of creating an interactive experience for 4500 high school students and leaders to teach them a gospel presentation model called the Four Circles. It was a combination of video, hands-on experiences, live teaching, discussion, and “surprise” art installation that was 16 feet tall and 64 feet long!
Now that I am in the field of church consulting in helping church leaders “get it done,” my assistance takes many forms. One job I have been doing is for University Covenant Church in northern California, serving in the role of long-distance event project manager and stage/decor designer. Last week the event launched and I […]