So I’ve been racking my brain the last few days, trying to come up with a graphic to use for our Easter service. It had to be functional for a few different things. First, it had to be able to work as a background for our screens on Easter Sunday. Second, it has to be functional as a banner on our church site. And third, it has to be able to work as a CD label because we are making CD invites instead of postcards.
The more I thought about all of this, the more I realized that it might be best to create a logo that can be incorporated into all of these, while still leaving the option to change each one in it’s own way. The following is a rough draft of what I came up with. It’s nothing fancy at first glance, but if you knew what went into it, you’d appreciate it a lot more.
Welcome to Smalltownworshipleader.com! Yes, the blog is about exactly what it sounds like, a smalltown worship leader. My name is Stewart and I lead worship for a Calvary Chapel in Prineville, Oregon. It’s a town of about 10,000 people. We probably have about 200 people who would call our church, “Home”, but probably average between 150-180 people a service.
I will have lived in Prineville for three years this October. Prior to moving here, I lived in Arizona, and prior to that, I’d lived in Washington for 9 years. All that to say, God’s plans are certainly greater than mine! Before I moved up to Prineville, I’d pretty much set my heart on moving back to Washington, but decided I’d visit this church in Prineville, Oregon, called, “Calvary Chapel of Crook County”. Un until then I’d never even heard of Prineville, at least that I could remember. So I visited the church in the early Spring of 2005, and ended up realizing that it just seemed liked the place I was being called. A few months later I moved up, and the rest is HIStory.
It’s truly amazing how the Lord has been there to lead me along the way, even when I thought I was all alone.
I’ve started this website as a means to share my journey with others, and in hopes that others might be inspired to share as well. If you’d like to join my site, just shoot me a message and I’ll sign you up. I want this to be a place for discussion, encouragement, sharing, and just having an all around good time.