Dean Mitchum released an encouraging word for those who are songwriters. Mitchum covers writer’s block and how to make the shift from songwriters to Movement Writers, and what that means.
If you’ve been struggling with songwriters block it may be time to make a shift from being a songwriter to becoming a movement writer. You’re called to burn like a star but you feel more like a candle. The fire of the current worship movement is slowly losing its heat and you’re searching for something new.
“My heart is overflowing with a good theme; I recite my composition concerning the King;
My tongue is the pen of a ready writer.” (Psalm 45:1 NKJV)
Maybe you need a new position to write from. Maybe you need a new perspective to write from. Maybe God is calling you out like a star because your flame needs a whole new source with a new kind of fuel—the fuel of a movement writer.
“The Spirit of the Lord spoke by me, and His word was on my tongue.” (2 Samuel 23:2 NKJV)
Movement writers write songs that cause the Church to move forward. Movement writers quicken the Spirit within the Believers causing new life and new breath, as well as awakening us to where the Church is going. We move forward as individuals and as a corporate Body – as the Church in each nation and the Church globally.