By special request from Claudette Ann on Facebook, this is a series of images to use for Divine Mercy Sunday.
Divine Mercy Sunday is celebrated on the Second Sunday of Easter. It is based on the private revelations of St. Faustina Kowalska, and the devotion of Divine Mercy. You can read more about this special Sunday and its meaning here.
I hope you like them Claudette and thanks for allowing me the privilege of creating them.
Time for another special request!
Monica L. via my facebook page asked for something to be created celebrating National Adoption Month, which is this month.
Adoption is a subject near and dear to my heart. My only child is adopted. He is now a grown man and has been a blessing in more ways than I can begin to name.
I am so happy to share these two facebook cover designs and one general social media image with you Monica. Here is to your soon to be forever family and all the forever families yet to be out there!
Pope Francis will be in the United States in just a few short weeks. This is a historic event for our country.
I received a special request from Tery G. who asked for some facebook covers to help to welcome Pope Francis to America. Great idea Tery and I hope that many others will find these useful as well. Thanks Tery for your continued support.
Another special request has arrived!
Janet B. wrote and requested a series of Facebook Covers based on the readings for 5 Sundays in Ordinary Time which are often referred to as the Bread of Life discourse. I am excited to provide these for her. I have tried to provide an eclectic mix of styles and I hope you like them Janet.
The first one is for the18th Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) and is from the Gospel of John.
I love when I get special requests!! Tery G. wrote and asked for something to be created using this quote from the Gospel of Matthew:
And the king will say to them in reply,
‘Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for
one of these least brothers of mine,
you did for me.
As I have said before, I am always open to special requests or challenges. Just ask! Thanks for asking Tery and I hope you like.
I have made this passage in three sizes: One sized as a Facebook Cover, one for a Twitter post and one for a general social media image (great for Facebook posts, Instagram, etc...)
If you have a special request, feel free to contact me via the contact form on my "about" page.
I recently received a request from Jason T. to do a cover/image
to use for the loss of a loved one. This request has spawned the following series that I wish to share.
Prayer for those who have died
Into your hands, O Lord,
we humbly entrust our brother (sister) N.
In this life you embraced him (her)
with your tender love;
deliver him (her) now from every evil
and bid him (her) enter eternal rest.
The old order has passed away:
welcome him (her), then, into paradise,
where there will be no sorrow,
no weeping or pain,
but the fullness of peace and joy
with your Son and the Holy Spirit
for ever and ever.
Blessed are those who have died in the Lord;
let them rest from their labors,
for their good deeds go with them.
V. Eternal rest grant unto him (her), O Lord.
R. And let perpetual light shine upon him (her).
V. May he (she) rest in peace.
Did you know if you have a special request you can contact me using the form on my "About" page?
Diane K. contacted me to ask if I would create some images to share using the scripture verse Jeremiah 29:11.
For I know the plans I have for you,”
declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you
and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
Only problem is I can't decide which one to give her, so here are ALL of them. The larger ones are great for Facebook Covers or for sharing on Twitter. The smaller ones work great on multiple social media platforms.
I hope you enjoy Diane!
If you have a quote or scripture verse you would like to see made into shareable images - just drop me a line. You can also follow me on Canva, where all of these images and many others can be found.
God bless and prosper you this New Year.
Evangelizing the digital continent!
We each may be only one person, but together we are
all part of one body.
What is Embedded Faith? Simply put, this is a "gralog" (graphics + blog) providing images and thoughts to evangelize the digital continent.
Click to find out more.
How do I download
To download any image, just right click and choose "file save as".
Can I use your image on my website or publication?
Yes! All images are creative commons and are free to use. Credit or a link to this site is appreciated.
Images may not be sold.