Isolation and Designed Purpose

I’ve been painting lately. All because a few weeks ago I decorated a basic birthday cake. Applying the icing reminded me of painting with a palette knife. Although cake decorating seems like something I could really get good at, I don’t really feel the desire to bake right now. I went deep into Pinterest world […]

We can help your church engage digitally with your community!

It’s crazy watching what all is going on – but we are filled with an awesome peace that Jesus gives us. We’re praying for you right now – First, that you, your family, your entire church family stays safe and healthy. Second, that you would be filled with wisdom on how to stay connected as a […]

COVID-19 doesn’t have to mean the loss of community!

Digital Community? Community is a game-changer in life! It can make or break the way we live our lives. But, what do you do when there is distance or circumstances that prevent us from gathering the way that we’re used to? How do you stay connected? The Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) is rapidly changing everything […]

Hope, Peace & Corona – It is well with my soul

As we face the epidemic with Novel Coronavirus… There is nothing of wisdom that I can offer or insight I can share as to how long things will feel out of sorts as we face this epidemic with Novel Coronavirus (COVID19). But, what I want to share with you, at least in this moment, is something that […]

Balancing Act: Evangelization vs. Secular Relevance

WALKING ON A WIRE One of the biggest challenges in our calling to spread the Gospel is knowing when to evangelize through words or action. Both, or neither! In our world today, so many are offended by Christianity or any belief that opposes their own. How do we temper bold evangelization with secular relevance? How […]

Best Christmas Designs PART 2: Trends of 2018

As fate would have it, Christmas is upon us, and we’ve been whipping up some holiday sermon designs we’re pretty excited about! The trends from last year have indeed carried over – from gradients to natural elements to geometric shapes and pops of bright colors. (See Part One in this blog series here). Designers are […]

Best Christmas Designs PART 1: Trends of 2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the…year? Seems early perhaps, but ’tis the season for all things Christmas prep, and to kick things off, we’ve curated a selection of our favorite Christmas sermon designs from 2017 – both from our own team as well as others! Graphic design, and in particular sermon design, is limited […]

Color Trends: 2018, The Future Is BRIGHT!

“Colors, like features, follow the chain of emotions.” – Pablo Picasso We may not be able to discern how color affects us, but it’s something that has a profound impact on us every day. Oscar Wilde famously said color can “speak to your soul in a thousand different ways.” Think about it. Loud neons evoke […]

Why Creative Design is important for Churches today

We live in a world full of images. “Digital Marketing experts estimate that most Americans are exposed to around 4,000 to 10,000 advertisements each day.” That includes images, radio announcements, pop-up ads, direct emails, etc, and that statistic was written in 2015.   In 2016, the New York Times published an article on the update […]