Bulletin Cover Psalms 8:3-4 Here’s the bulletin cover for Sunday continuing our 10 week doctrinal series. Here’s the link if you’d like to listen to the sermon: http://www.discoverlifespring.com/782095. This was a fun cover to design pondering why God in all his glory and power would even care for us. We are so small compared to all His wonderful creations. Wow! What an awesome God
Sunday School Poster: Character Series Col 3:12 – Gentleness I did a series of Character posters for Lake Williamson Christian Center http://www.lakewilliamson.org/ that focused on character qualities and incorporating verses into the piece. This is the poster on Gentleness taken from Colossians 3:12: Since God chose you to be the holy people He loves, you must clothe yourselves with tender-hearted mercy, kindness, humility, gentleness and
Sunday School Poster: Eph 3:20 So I think Spring might finally be arriving in St. Louis. I hear birds and my daffodils are blooming. They even survived the snow last week. I just thought it would be a great time to post my illustration for Ephesians 3:20. This is my life verse, it just speaks to me about the hope we have in Jesus. So
Bulletin Cover Easter John 3:16 For a lot of folks Easter is a time to dye eggs , and wake up to a cool Easter basket full of candy. But that all falls woefully short of the real reason we celebrate Easter. In doing this week’s bulletin cover, I decided to decorate my own egg and wrap it in truth about Easter.
My child, you belong to me is one of a series in the HE made me posters that was designed to help teens understand who they are in Christ. We are children of God and we have a Creator. I know that God does not need a dog tag to identify His children, but the dog tag is such an iconic symbol,and it it’s a
This week we continued our doctrinal series. The question this week was Where can I run from your Spirit? Ps 139:7. Here’s the link to the sermon if you want to listen. http://www.discoverlifespring.com/736098. I continued with Illuminating the first letter, and added the compas to say that there is no direction we can run to that He cannot see us or know where we are
Sometimes we tend to forget where everything we have comes from and that everything we own is not really ours, but the Lords. We are just stewards of all our material stuff. He gives us good things to bless us and to help others. So for me remembering this verse is refreshing to know that we have a Father that loves us and gives us
Bulletin Cover Acts 9:5 Who are you Lord? This week we continued our doctrinal series. The question this week was Who are you Lord? From Acts 9:5. Here’s the link to the sermon if you want to listen. http://www.discoverlifespring.com/782095. I continued with Illuminating the first letter, but I kept it simple to keep the emphasis on the Red Letters of Jesus’ words.
Next time the when the little green monsters of fear and self doubt come knocking on your door, remember 2nd Timothy 1:7. Commit 2nd Timothy 1:7 to memory: what a powerful verse! When we face trails in our lives, we have nothing to fear as God is with us always and He gives us the power to be bold and grow stronger in