Throwback: Zen and the Art…

Patrick Fore from The Woodlands United Methodist in The Woodlands, Texas brings us this serene, still design. Continue Reading… gets tons of views each month (around 400,000). Since we post almost a new stage design each day, there’s tons of content to look through. But the following 10 designs have gotten the most attention over the last year. Check out the top 10 and see if you think they deserve the title.

  1. Burning Boards – 43,558 views
  2. Air Filtered – 38,541 views
  3. Particles of Christmas – 32,989 views
  4. Patterns in the Yarn – 20,054 views
  5. Homemade Baptisms – 17,118 views
  6. Thin Lines – 16,714 views
  7. 3D Pyramids – 14,311 views
  8. Portable Lines – 12,757 views
  9. Tree Variety – 11,444 views
  10. Wood Screen – 11,099 views

Share in a comment below which stage design you think should have made the list.

Throwback: I Dream of Rain

This design is lots of work but mega payoff. Peter Good at Glad Tidings Assembly of God in West Lawn, Pennsylvania brings us this drizzly masterpiece. Continue Reading…

Sky Full of Stars

Cameron Helwege from Statesboro First United Methodist Church in Statesboro, GA brings us this starry stage design for Christmas. Continue Reading…

Segmented Projection

The team from Kingdom Empowerment Christian Church in Seaford, DE brings us this segmented projection wall. Continue Reading…

Tell it On the Mountain

Jeff and Janine Dueck from Grace Community Church in Washingtonville, NY brings us this mountainy stage design. Continue Reading…

Pallet Beauty

Chad Kirchoff from Woodridge Baptist Church in Kingwood, TX brings us this pallet beautification project. Continue Reading…

Stacked Cardboard Christmas

The team from from Dynamic Christian Assembly in Osun, Nigeria brings us this simple Christmas design. Continue Reading…

Make 2017 Your Most Creative Yet

Creativity builds. Sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly.

In his book, Old Masters and Young Geniuses, David Galenson describes two different approaches to creativity:

“Experimental innovators work by trial and error, and arrive at their major contributions gradually, late in life. In contrast, conceptual innovators make sudden breakthroughs by formulating new ideas, usually at an early age.”

Which one best describes your creative style? Continue Reading…

Half Trees

Tony Ambrose from O’Fallon Assembly of God in O’Fallon, IL brings us this simple stage design. Continue Reading…

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