Creativity Hacks: Simplified Media Strategies to Serve Your Congregation
- Apr 29, 2023
- 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm
- Worship Production
From social media to streaming services, online games, and advertisements, church members and guests are inundated with high-quality creative media. Creative content is already part of your church communication efforts and the opportunities for ministry to occur through these resources increases by the hour.
But what exactly is creative ministry? And how can your church multiply your impact and use creative ministry to service current ministry objectives without hiring a bunch of new staff or breaking your budget? Whether you have a creative department already, are looking to start one, or you’re personally wearing all the multitasking hats, this session is for you.
- Learn the value of creative ministry and how it helps (or hurts) your church
- Discover how to connect graphic design, media, and communications with ministry expressions
- Leave with simplified steps to maximize your existing creative resources
Jen WeaverMinistry Coach
Jen Weaver is a Ministry Coach, investing in your personal and organizational leadership growth to help you develop thriving teams, and build message clarity for the ministry you love. With 17+ years in volunteer ministry, 15+ years in corporate business leadership, 9+ years in online ministry, and 3 years serving in vocational pastoral ministry at a megachurch, Jen thrives in merging business strategy with ministry purpose and kingdom focus. Jen holds certifications as a Cross-Cultural Trainer through International House London, a DISC Method Trainer, and John Maxwell Speaker, Trainer, Coach.
Jen also hosts Good God Talks, a podcast helping you connect with God through uncommon conversations in everyday moments. She’s the founder of Collective Good, an online community for Christian leaders, author of A Wife’s Secret to Happiness, and serves as a Bible teacher and conference speaker. Married to her best friend Jared, she’s a happy boy mom of two growing sons. She’d love to connect with you via her website www.thejenweaver.com and on social media as thejenweaver.