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How to get in the flow

roaring-rapidsYou know those times when you’re in a conversation and the next day in the shower you think of exactly the right thing you should have said? Happens to me all the time.

Last Saturday I was on a panel at the Richmond International Film Festival’s “Flow” conference. The question put to us was, “How do you get back into the creative flow when you’re stuck?” I think I blathered something inane about taking a walk. What I should have said is, “I pray.”

In our film, SHOOTING THE PRODIGAL, Brother Bob Cross confesses, “The only time I know what I’m doing is when I’m telling God I don’t know what I’m doing.” That has been my experience; especially over the last several years as I’ve been working on the film. I’m often stuck. And the cure has always been to place it in God’s hands and trust Him for the solution.

Sounds like a cliché, I know. But it is the best way I can describe my experience. Continue reading How to get in the flow