When our Ginghamsburg Worship Design Team met to dream and design our summer series, lead pastor Mike Slaughter felt strongly that our three-month study should hit the theme of discipleship. Calling ourselves Christians and understanding what it means to name Jesus as LORD are two different things, he relayed. The Church may have treaded [...]
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Our Fort Mckinley campus is growing – with three explosive worship celebration every Sunday morning. The worship team needed some space to relax and refresh but what 1960s church building sports a green room close to the worship stage? Enter one of my favorite mantras: EVERYTHING YOU NEED YOU ALREADY HAVE. And yes, we did [...]
full stage Our Ginghamsburg Makeover Team set out to design a stage to provide an engaging backdrop for our seven-week series on the Holy Spirit. Inspired by a Columbus, Ohio Anthropologie storefront, our key resources were smashed aluminum cans (clean!) and paper pendant lights from IKEA. With weedcloth as a wall covering/backdrop – and following a [...]
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our second workday at The Point was amazing and exhausting. 59 servants, 11 cans of paint, 8.5 hours, one newspaper and two TV stations later we had a vibrantly painted cafe. i met a lot of great people and was surprised all over again at how much can be accomplished with a single focus and [...]
Cafe Area: BEFORE. This pic was taken in August of 2011…just another one of the many lovely lavendar rooms in this place Doing our homework, scouting colors and styles of area-wide coffee shops Starbucks on Brown Street in Dayton …the color palate is right on the wall! Tomorrow is the big day. Several TV stations [...]
one of the best parts of my role as campus designer is to get to partner nearly all our ministry teams at one time or another. this past weekend i was blown away by the camaraderie and creativity of two teams on two huge projects. Family Flick Night with our Ginghamsburg Kids’ adult leaders and [...]
modernfamily: the genesis of relationships
based on the book of Acts, this was to be a series on the Holy Spirit. the timeline also included our teaching pastor’s debut and he was excited to focus on community. so, it ended up being a series on how the Holy Spirit impacted the community of the early church. pretty cool…and lots to work with.