When Christians feel called to use their creative gifts in the field of the mainstream arts and pop culture but find the industry’s values conflict with scriptural morality, how do they stay creatively active in that context without compromising their Christian values?
In this episode a panel of 5 creative professionals from different fields share their unique perspectives on this topic.
Our guest panelists include: Location Manager and Actor Rory Shoaf, Film Producer Mark Joseph, Actress Carmi Fellwock, Comic-Book Writer Bryan Mero and Cosplayer and Musical Theater Professional Eric Cajiuat.
In this episode we’ll cover:
- What To Do When The Mainstream Industry’s Values Conflict with Your Beliefs.
- How To Translate The World of Mainstream Creativity For Non-Creative Believers.
- When You Encounter Inner Conflict On a Project: Where Do You Draw The Line?
This panel on Faith & Creativity was recorded at the 2016 Alpha-Omega Con, a Christian Comic Convention in the Los Angeles area. The AO Con is planned and produced by volunteers at the Christian Comic Arts Society. To learn more go to: AlphaOmegaCon.com
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Mentioned in This Episode:
Rory Shoaf – Location Manager, Actor
Mark Joseph – Film Producer, Author, Former TV Anchor
- Mark Joseph Facebook Page
- Film Producing (released)
- Film Producing (coming soon)
- Film Marketing
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