Allowing God To Influence Our Creative Efforts with Jenny Randle [Podcast]
By: Vanderbloemen June 12, 2018
The Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast brings you interviews from leaders across the theological spectrum of the global Church. Our goal is to bring you thought-provoking interviews that encourage you, challenge you, and help you build, run, and keep great teams.
In today's Vandercast, Holly Tate, vice president of marketing at Vanderbloemen Search Group, talks with Jenny Randle, Emmy®-winning editor and author of Courageous Creative. Holly and Jenny discuss the significance of effectively living out your God-given creativity on a daily basis.
Speaker, author and Emmy®-winning editor Jenny Randle empowers others in the art of living a transformational life. Jenny has served in ministry and worked in the entertainment, publishing and creative industries for over fifteen years. Her unique personal story and creative ninja-like ways have provided her with a platform to inspire, encourage and equip others in understanding their God-given identity and purpose so they can live a powerfully courageous life that glorifies Christ.
Jenny’s newest book, Courageous Creative, is currently available for pre-order and releases in the Fall. In early 2018, together with her husband Matt, they founded Freedom Creatives, a ministry organization. They live in Upstate NY with their two kids, where they enjoy strawberry gummies and spontaneous dance parties. For more information or creative ninja inspiration, visit jennyrandle.com.
Holly talks with Jenny about:
- How to enter into and activate the creativity that God has given you
- How God can use your creativity to create a culture that glorifies Him
- How to implement your God-given creativity on a daily basis
- [Book] Courageous Creative by Jenny Randle
- [Website] jennyrandle.com
- [Blog] Dance, Stand, Run: The God-Inspired Moves of a Woman on Holy Ground by Jess Connolly
- [App] Trello
Quotes from Jenny:
“In church culture, God can use our creativity in different ways for people to connect to the Gospel...how are we communicating? Is it just one way or are we allowing God to influence our creative efforts in the way we communicate the Gospel?”
“When we can be self-aware through prayer, that will really help us to see what are the things that are killing our creativity and then God can just point us back to Him because that’s really the solution anyways, right?”