A few years ago I figured something out about how I’m supposed to use my time serving the church. God made it clear that he wants me to create environments, lead teams to accomplish more than they though they can, and communicate. Those three things get most of my attention these days as I work with families, kids, and teens. One thing I believe for every ministry setting is that environment matters. Environment shapes how we engage the content that is trying to be communicated. Environment either helps keep our attention or distracts us. In ministry, environment is a big deal. I serve in a church that rents the facilities we meet in and still we have worked hard to maximize our ministry environments. So I hope you get it…I am passionate about creating next level environments that will help the next generation see the greatness of our God. I am so excited to announce here on the blog that I will be partnering with an amazing organization called Worlds of Wow. These guys partner with churches to create amazing spaces for kids and teens. In the coming months I will be sharing some amazing things these guys are pulling of and helping next generation leaders process how they can best shape the environments and budgets they have to spend on environments. Check out Worlds of Wow and watch this video of some of the work they have done around the country…
by Michael Bayne | Oct 31, 2011 | environment, family ministry, production, youth ministry | 2 comments
Love the idea of environments. The church I pastor at meets in a high school, which creates a difficult situation in creating environments. Plus, the youth group meets in the homes of people in the church. how do you create environments in a rented space setting?
Brian…hope to put some pictures up later of our spaces and to push this topic forward. We use lots of banners, rugs, and lighting in our spaces. Thanks so much for the comment!