_DSF0043I want to encourage people to be brave enough to be their creative best. I get the honor to serve as the Creative Arts Pastor at Cross Point Church in Nashville, TN. I have spent the past 15 years in professional creative environments including church, music business, marketing, management, artist development, creative team leading and art directing. It’s my belief that soon we as the Church will regain our position as the leader of the creative frontier. I live in Franklin, TN with my wife Jackie and our four amazing kids. You can follow me on Twitter at @B_rewster. I love to connect so feel free to email me.


  • Danielle
    October 8, 2013 - 2:01 pm | Permalink

    Love your stuff. Keep going. 
    I’m starting up the scenic design deaprtment at Gateway Church and love seeing your posts. 

    Be a lighthouse 

  • Libby Butero
    November 11, 2013 - 5:31 pm | Permalink

    II’m Great insight on “inspiration”. Thanks. Of course, for me, these are words for life, as I’m not a professional artist but I do place a lot of importance on inspiration. My granddaughter however is a musician. I will pass your words along to her also. Again, blessings and thank you for sharing your gift.

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  • Johnny Rohrbeck
    July 7, 2014 - 7:27 pm | Permalink

    Hey man! It’s been several years now since you first sent some encouragement my way through my old blog. I just wanted to tell you that I appreciate you taking the time to reach out. I’ve been reading through old blog posts about my journey over the last 6 years and am so overwhelmed with how God sustained me through a long season of transition. I appreciate you bro!


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  • April 21, 2015 - 4:48 am | Permalink

    Hi brother Stephen – It is good to hook up with a creative arts pastor from another church (seldom do I encounter someone in charge of creative arts in a church setting, well, at least here in California). I resigned from my job as an accountant after 30 years, and am painting for God full time now since 2014. I do art shows, sell my painting that way, and I also do worship live painting. You can check out some videos from my previous engagements on my website at : http://www.junjamosmos.com.
    It is a struggle I am going through now starting afresh and providing for my family of three this way (wife and two kids) trusting God that He will provide for our needs. I have stepped out of my comfort zone of having a regular salary every two weeks from my job as an accountant. Now it is truly living by faith.
    I hope to work with other artists in my own way as a live worship painter and provide for my family this way. The opportunities I know are out there, it is just a matter of God opening up the right doors. Let me know if you think I could use my God-given gifts for your church and uplift the body of Christ through live painting. I’ve painted for some Christian bands at their concerts, and at events or conferences.
    Are you related by any chance to Lincoln Brewster?
    God bless, man, and thank you for indicating in your profile that you love to connect…that makes a difference in the body of Christ as we serve the Only One true and living God!
    Blessings, Jun

  • July 6, 2015 - 2:03 pm | Permalink

    preparing for my first meeting leading a creative team at my church and fumbling through the interwebs trying to find the perfect biblical words of wisdom to get my team pumped up and found your post about creativity being a god given muscle and to bravely flex it! woot! so thankful for god leading me to you and your leadership and help. people dont normally recognize being creative as a serious god job and i have felt lost and alone in the struggle to make sure people understand that this is a serious mission for the body of christ not just hanging up posters in the church house.
    i will be following you closely and looking for you for guidance and inspiration. (in a non creepy stalker way) thanks broski!

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  • February 16, 2016 - 9:46 am | Permalink

    Thank you for being a source of inspiration for Christian artists! May God continue to bless the works of your hands. And yes, I agree to what you said 100%: ‘soon we as the Church will regain our position as the leader of the creative frontier.’

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