Good Friday

In a Church bulletin, I encouraged people to share this graphic with their social media friends. I created this graphic on Canva. You can add in just the website address and/or the address of the church. Most people will check out the website to see what the church believes.

But how many people will actually share it?

In December, I created a pdf form of four invites for Christmas Eve and made that available on our church’s newsletter. People did download that to print on their own printer. I suggested that the invitations to Christmas Eve service be attached to plates of cookies or baked goods as a way to make an invitation more personal to their neighbor, friend, or co-worker. You can do the same thing with a Good Friday or Easter invite.

  • Canva and Picmonkey make creating graphics easy. Pop in a picture and write in the information.
  • Save the graphic to your computer.
  • Share this picture online or bring it to a printer place like Staples to get some printed on cardstock.
  • You can also choose to simply share it on Instagram, Pinterest, or other Social Media sites, too.

I’ll be talking about picture usage and copyright on Wednesday.



About Nikole Hahn

A new appointee with WorldVenture, a missionary organization, who works at FBC Prescott as a church secretary and has joined the world of cybermissions. You can partner with her in ministry, by giving at

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