Disciple Design restarts.
You know how annoying it can be when your computer sends you update notices and you have to do them or risk some dreaded computer disease or get skipped over for the next version of Adobe CS7.5278340? They come without warning and with no regard for what you may have planned. Maybe you didn’t even want to update–everything has been working fine (for once). But after the update you have to stop what you are doing and restart. Restart. It’s not exactly like starting over, just starting again. Maybe picking up where you left off–but maybe not.
Sometimes life has restarts. Unplanned and interrupting your schedule. An update that you may or may not have wanted. But it is necessary if you want to stay relevant. Change is never easy but usually necessary. With our computers, we trust the software folks had a good reason for the update. Maybe to fix a bug, or give us more functionality. With our lives, we trust that God has a good reason as well. I’m sure I have plenty of “bugs” that need fixing. Or maybe I need a new perspective on something that has become too familiar or taken for granted. So maybe a restart every once in a while isn’t so much of an annoyance as it is a necessity. Even if it is a little inconvenient and maybe somewhat painful.
Disciple Design is sending out an update notice. We are breaking away from our over 8-year association with a group of related companies to be a smaller independent design shop once again. Taking a fresh look at what we do, how we do it and who we do it for. We hope you’ll like the update. You can hit the restart button now.