Want to be a Christian Graphic Designer?

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I received an email recently from someone about wanting to be a Christian Graphic Designer. I will obviously keep the person’s name confidential, but here is the question asked, with my answer afterwards. I have included this Q&A so others may benefit from it:

Hello, my name is [let’s say] Dave, and I want to be a Christian Graphic Designer. The problem is that I’m not sure about the right education. Which is better – a for profit or not for profit college, regionally or nationally accredited, Associate of Science or Associate of Arts in Graphic Design, a Christian or Community college? Any advice in this matter will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

The best advice that I could give to you is not an academic answer. To be honest, I have no idea what a regionally or nationally accredited college is. For a Christian, that is, someone who has given their life to Jesus and has received the promised Holy Spirit, all important decisions like this should be made with prayer.

Been educated doesn’t make someone a great designer. A great degree from one of the **sorry, for some reason, the rest of this post is missing as the moment. It happened when I moved URLs**

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2 thoughts on “Want to be a Christian Graphic Designer?”

  1. loswl

    Awesome post and great advice, Education is crucial and it can make a difference in how much you get paid or how confident you are about the knowledge you have about your specific field of design, but I totally agree with you, nothing can beat God given talent on top of that a lot of prayer, practice, patience, self motivation, endurance and passion!! 🙂

  2. Andrew Kelsall

    @loswl → That’s so true. The first Apostles called by Jesus were fishermen, and not learned men. Thanks for your thoughts 🙂