making the transition from technical difficulties into technicolor brilliance
is this thing on?
1. invest more time and resources into developing these ministries and
2. utilize the creative, not the coerced.
It's going to take those individuals who are passionate about these particular ministries in order for them to develop properly. The way I see it, the person behind the camera should be an artist. If he or she isn't passionate about film or photo, that person should not be apart of it. We can not approached media as a "Whoever-is-not-on-stage" ministry. No. Like any other ministry, it has to be done for the glory of God, with love and with diligence. Furthermore, we must acquire knowledge about technique.
The same goes for the sound technicians. There must be an earnest desire coupled with technical skills. Learn your craft.
I'd love to see the artists in each particular field of expression bind with one another. Collaborate. Challenge each other. Bounce ideas. Surround yourself with like-minded people in your field and brainstorm. We are stronger in numbers. Create clubs. Plan sessions. Create a buzz.
"Commit thy works unto the LORD, and thy thoughts shall be established" (Proverb 16:3).