“The rut” is something every creative team attempts to avoid. However, the truth is we all have our sweet spots and our go to that tends to keep us inside the box of our own creation. This was one of those weeks that we were able to stretch ourselves beyond our normal boundaries in a way that brought impact…and was a lot of fun.
As we kicked off our Me, My Selfie, and I series we landed on the Voice version of “I’m So Humble.” It demanded a strong vocal lead and a rap piece. After some conversation we landed on the team of Johnson and Johnson … Tyriq (local musician and vocalist with Earth, Wind, and Fire tribute band) and Nate…our Student Ministry Pastor.
The result was…epic. Watch it here:
- We went from closing hymns last weekend to rap dynamic this week. Your teams ability to do both is a great asset to the overall experience of communicating compelling truth from weekend to weekend. It also creates an inclusive environment as you are willing to experiment with your team and reach across genres.