This free image pack will give your worship and social media graphics a unified design theme for Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday.
Listening is a critical ministry and leadership skill, and we tend to think we’re either great or terrible at it. What if it’s both, and we all need a little work?
This weekend is the “Spring Forward” time change. Use these graphics on your social media to remind everyone and make sure they show up on time!
If Lin-Manuel Miranda’s work of genius, the musical “Hamilton,” required more than one draft, we shouldn’t feel bad about our need to edit. Check out some “Hamilton” demos and thoughts on first drafts.
It is time to start inviting people to your Ash Wednesday service through your social media channels. Here are some free images you can use to get the word out.
Download FREE GRAPHICS for worship and social media use to promote Transfiguration Sunday (February 26). The images feature Mount Tabor, the traditional location of the Transfiguration.
Sometimes you find the perfect sermon illustration, but the wider work it’s found in isn’t family friendly. Here are some points to consider as you discern.
A surprising and funny sign combo found on the Mount of the Beatitudes raises a great question: Are we sending mixed messages in the Church?
Facebook ads are a great way to connect with people who may be interested in your church. Create custom audiences to target and spend your money wisely.
Near the beginning of a new year or new season in ministry, we can get excited about new ideas. But sometimes, we need to fix the boring problems first.