Free Graphics for Your Church
On this page you can find links to different image collections. These images have been lovingly created for your use by an artist. They are being offered for your ministry use for free as digital downloads. Prints of the images are also for sale on an online marketplace.
Word Art Collection
Click or tap the image to view the Word Art collection. This collection contains images created out of complete scriptural texts. As with word clouds, the words in the text that appear the most also appear the largest in the artist's representation. The collection includes several different representations of the Old and New Testaments, Genesis, Exodus, the Psalms, and the Gospels, including Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John individually, as well as the entire Bible.
You Are Beloved
You Are Beloved. Those words are true no matter who you are. Wear them proud on an original button featuring a background with waving ribbons making up a full inclusion flag.
Romans 8:38-39 tells us that God's love cannot be stopped. There's no use trying to stop God's love, so share it instead.
Last First Collection
This is a depiction of the iconic "Black Lives Matter"graphic with the letters embellished by portraits of people of faith. We owe these leaders of African or Caribbean descent a great deal. If you are asking yourself what you should be doing right now to advance racial justice, look to any of these figures for direction. In fact, these are people without whose leadership we would already be lost.
RE Art Collection
Click or tap the image to view the RE Art collection. These designs show us the connections of REduce, REuse, and REcycle, to REligion. The designs depict the recycling symbol with three intricate scenes connected to either God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, or the Trinity. God the creator, the resurrected Jesus, and the rejuvenating Spirit teach us to be recyclers. Now your recycling symbol can pay tribute to God.
Cross Art Collection
Click or tap the image to view the Last First collection. The design depicts a reversible last first / first last, inspired by Jesus' words in Matthew 20:16, "So the last will be first, and the first will be last."
Mask Love Collection
These graphics help to visual how wearing a mask has become an expression of love for your neighbor. Some of the graphics feature a depiction of Jesus based upon BBC1's computer generated model of a possible historical Jesus.
"Dr. Seuss Luther"
May the Reforms
Be With You
Living In God's Time
These designs feature an infinitely repeating cross pattern fit over dozens of fun shapes.