Others have seen what is and asked why. I have seen what could be and asked why not. – Pablo Picasso
Your church senior leadership is more interested in the “why” behind your church activities. Why are we doing this event? Why are we starting this ministry? Because we want to see more people experience Christ. We want to see more people grow. We want families to be healthy.
The problem is that sometimes, we as media practitioners are more excited about the “how” to accomplish the “what.” We could spend many hours discussing mic brands, camera types or certain pieces of software to accomplish something; but if we don’t know why we’re doing it, it’s all for show.
When you understand the why of your ministry… the why of your church… the heart and passion of your pastor; that’s when you’re positioned to do the best work.
Meaning, don’t wait for a position or a job title to empower you to do what you must do well. Do your best in the little that has been given to you now. Take responsibility; own it! (whatever “it” is)
Shelve your ideas.
I wrote that sentence after hearing my pastor drop some knowledge on our team at a meeting. We were deciding what route our Easter services would go, and if we would have a follow up series.
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