Redesigning Churches | Creating Spaces for Connection and Community (Miller)
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As campus designer for Ginghamsburg Church, in Tipp City, Ohio, Kim Miller has observed that when a church gets serious about Jesus' call, there is always a design element to be addressed. Miller asserts that physical space transformation is simply a backdrop for authentic people transformation. Change the space and the opportunity and environment to change the world emerges. REdesigning Churches: Creating Spaces for Connection and Community is a practical guide for church leaders to transform their physical space into a ministry asset. Filled with pictures, tutorials and stories of spaces and lives transformed, REdesigning Churches offers close-up snapshots of design, providing readers with usable ideas and how-tos.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kim Miller serves as Campus Designer at Ginghamsburg Church in Tipp City, Ohio, creating and renovating welcoming spaces for worship, events, and community life on Ginghamsburg’s multiple campuses. Kim’s passion for visually, artistically, and theologically connecting people to God has fueled the pioneering of Ginghamsburg’s signature multisensory worship celebrations, and continues at the core of her mission. Also a consultant in the areas of worship and space design, Kim is part of the Willow Creek Arts Champions Group. Her previous books include the Handbook for Multisensory Worship--Vols. I and II and Money Matters: Financial Freedom for All God’s Children (with Mike Slaughter).
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Abingdon Press (October 15, 2013)