In just a few short weeks, we will be welcoming Pope Francis to the United States. It will be an inspiring time for many. I am so happy to bring 5 new images with some of his past tweets for you to share.
Here are 6 new images for sharing where the spirit leads you to share. All quotes are from Pope Francis tweets that speak to forgiveness and mercy and living a faith-filled life.
With the changes in society and culture that have permeated our news feeds and senses as of late, I chose some more of my favorite Pope Frances tweets that speak to the heart of who we are as Christians and what we are called to be and to do.
Here are four regular images sized for pinning or for sharing on multiple social media news feeds along with one Facebook Cover. Keep sharing God's love, kindness, faithfulness, and joy and keep your faith burning bright.
I missed a few months in my series for First Fridays with Francis (fifty lashes with a wet noodle for me!). But I plan to make up for it! I have been busy creating lots of new graphics for the upcoming months.
I hope you enjoy these 6 new social media images made using some of my favorite Pope Francis tweets (from @Pontifex). I hope you will come back for the next few months of First Fridays with Francis as I promise to have lots more.
I am keeping it simple for this month's First Friday with Francis. I have pulled three quotes that motivated me and I have created the below images to use when sharing our faith this Lenten season. Three Covers - Three times the fun!
First Fridays with Francis means an opporunity to share the wisdom of our Holy Father. I have chosen a very recent tweet of his for this months image.
Having faith does not mean having no difficulties, but having the strength to face them, knowing we are not alone." - Pope Francis on Twitter 2/5/2015
Pope Francis' recent tweet “Advent increases our hope, a hope which does not disappoint. The Lord never lets us down" is my inspiration for this month's First Friday with Francis image.
Most of us tend to think of hope as in "I hope something will happen." This is not what is meant in our Christian understanding of hope. Our Christian definition of hope is "confident expectation." Hope is a firm assurance regarding things that are unclear and unknown. There is a certainty in our future that comes through the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit, through Christ who lives in us and through the promise of the Resurrection.
Hope is a powerful force. We are endowed with boldness our faith because of hope. Love springs from hope. Hope does not disappoint as the bible tells us (Romans 5:5). The advent message for all of us is to wait forGod in patient and steadfast hope... God will not disappoint.
Enjoy! Share your faith and your hope this advent season.
Evangelizing the digital continent!
We each may be only one person, but together we are
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What is Embedded Faith? Simply put, this is a "gralog" (graphics + blog) providing images and thoughts to evangelize the digital continent.
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