2012: A Year of Hope

Does your church use an annual theme?  Our church has chosen 2012 to focus on HOPE!  I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a hopeless generation… teenagers, marriages, and even churches.  Our God is the “God of Hope” (Rom. 15:13).  Jesus Christ saved us to be a hopeful people (1 Pet. 1:3, 13). So let us pray the prayer of David: Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God.  Psalm 43:5   > Other resources: 2012 “Hope in God” Music Video [YouTube]  |  Bible-size Calendar [PDF]  |  Bulletin Shells [PDF]

Ideas from our past… (links to more free graphics, banners, bulletins)

2011 – Changed by Jesus (sunrise, butterfly)
2010 – Making a Difference (seasons, tree)
2009 – Grow in Grace (green vectors)
2008 – Now More Than Ever (hourglass, black)
2007 – A Touch of Heaven (lighthouse, sky)
2006 – Here Am I (prophet, parchment)
2005 – Go Forward (digital, compass)
2004 – For Such a Time as This (vintage clock)
2003 – Walking Worthy (path in forest)
2002 – Charting the Course (nautical symbols)

Other Ideas for Annual Themes:

Anointed (Luke 4:18)
Radical (rooted – Col. 2:7)
Refresh
Fall in Love with Jesus
Church Still Works!
The Light of the World (and more)

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