Easter is in 48 days (as of Mon, FEB 12)!

Now that you have picked yourself up off of the floor, are you ready? We all live in the tension of series planning, special events, and the need to get things done. Sometimes, even significant weekends that have been on the calendar for the past 2017 years can sneak up on us.

Maybe I can help you today. What if I could give you an entire Easter graphics package for free? Today is your lucky day!

Here are two different packages:

1. My friend, Travis Jones, created this super fresh design that was not going to get used. I love the way he described it:

“I wanted Easter art that wasn’t expected, gritty, not the norm, so I came up with this symbolic idea to use animals to tell the Easter story. The lion which is the most dominant in the animal kingdom symbolizes Jesus conquering death and ascending to heaven, and that representation is the doves as well. Crown also there to help visualize the Lion as Jesus. Clouds are symbolic as well. I felt it was a moving piece. It turned out better than I envisioned it.”


2. When I decided to give away Travis’s piece I figured why not go back to my friends at Cross Point and ask them for a few of their packages to include as well. Drew Powell was so kind to let us grab them and share them with you!


Finally, the free stuff doesn’t end there. I am a firm believer that creativity is more muscle than it is magic. You only stay as creative as the work you do to stay creative. Because of this, I have created a PDF with 14 exercises you can do daily to keep yourself in shape creatively.


I would love to know if these resources are helpful. You can email me and let me know or shoot me a DM on Instagram. 

What gets measured improves.

Every church should have a value around excellence. In order to honor that value, we must always be improving. We all know that “What gets measured gets improved.” This weekend scorecard will help you evaluate the parking lot, kids' areas, worship environments, auditorium, and lobby. Download this free tool and start using it this weekend. Let’s get better, together.