“There’s no greater source of inspiration than an abiding friendship with Jesus.” –– Davy Flowers
At TGCW21, Sarah Walton, Caroline Cobb, Hunter Beless, Davy Flowers, Ruth Chou Simons, and Jen Wilkin discuss what it looks like to be a creative in this age of technology.
How do we not seek our own glory on social media? How do we balance home life with ministry work? How do we serve both our local church and the global church at the same time? The panel discusses these questions and more. Simons encourages us to think of our social media platform as the living room of our home, allowing for a more genuine engagement with our followers, as we treat them as if they were sitting on the couch in front of us.
The key to success isn’t growing our number of followers but instead connecting with the ones we have and stewarding our creative platform well, while pointing the world to Jesus. Everything we need to create beautiful art, music, and content stems from a genuine relationship with Jesus Christ. We create for an audience of one—for his glory alone.
The Gospel Coalition