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My 10 Favorites of Easter ’16

Easter At Ginghamsburg exceeded my expectations. I experienced a lot of God-Moments, not your every-day kind of Easter Worship Weekend. How about I share some of my highlights from this year’s weekend of celebration? 1. Pics of my grandkids. OK, OK, not part of the worship experience – but since they all live three states away the pics...
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What’s Your WHY?

Identifying the WHY in our lives can feel so very empowering. Years ago I remember Pastor Mike saying that the key purpose of the sabbath is to re-identify the WHY in our lives. I love that concept. This past weekend while experiencing worship I remembered WHY I started writing years ago. I’ve always been a decent writer – just never...
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Acquiring the Unusual Without Opening the Wallet

The season of Lent is nearly upon us – 40 days to explore a deeper faith, a richer journey and new yet-unexplored sideroads of connections to God: THE FORGOTTEN WAYS ~ A Lenten Series @ All Ginghamsburg Campuses And for this girl, I relish the chance to crawl inside this theme to ask what the elements...
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HAPPILY EVER AFTER: a stage design

One of the most frequent questions people ask Campus Designer Kim is, “How do you come up with all these ideas?” While not diminishing the rich wealth of my makeover teammate’s immeasurable input, part of my responsibility is pushing through each and every series, assuring I’ve collected the pool of creative thought neccessary to dream and build an...
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My First Ginghamsburg Christmas

Hello all, Brianna here. I know we’re already two weeks into 2015, but is it too late (or too early) to talk about Christmas? I’ve always mourned how quickly we wrap up (puns!) the season. So I invite you to turn on your favorite Christmas tune, grab the last of whatever Christmas treats are still hiding in the cupboard, and reminisce with me...
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Meet the Intern

Hello, all! You may have seen me quietly crafting in the background of recent design pictures, or perhaps you’ve spotted me on and off stage at Ginghamsburg, or maybe you’ve even mistaken me for Kim herself (yeah, it’s happened)! Well, let me properly introduce myself today as Brianna the worship design intern! (But you can call me Bri,...
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#weareGRATEFUL

After several very “clean” and primary-colored summer stage designs we were quite the ready for a more organic, nature-filled, “autumn leaves” type environment for our November GRATEFUL series @Ginghamsburg.   One very hot day early in September, team guys Doug and Clark drove to a lumber mill in southern Ohio to fetch a pick-up truck full...
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So. I upholstered the fridge.

The  best part about owning a 20 year-old refridgerator is that there’s really nothing to lose when considering a major exterior change. Our beloved kitchen cooler is still running strong, just chillin’ and making ice cubes faithfully day after day. I was all set to slather it with black chalkboard paint when it occured to...
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Need a lift? I did.

 The mission of Jesus is often costly, messy and inconvenient.   – Mike Slaughter Greetings Makeover Enthusiasts. Five months ago – due to a teeny weeny climate control issue our Ginghamsburg IT offices needed to be relocated to the precise area where our entire beautimous collection of design pieces were stored. Several staffpersons and I joined...
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