By Joshua Hunt and Matthew Boffey
Typographic hierarchy helps the reader know what is most important. By grouping type into clearly defined visual categories, you organize the page for clear communication. (more…)
What’s coming up at your church? Draw attention to it with Faithlife Media “plug-and-play” gorgeous church graphics.
Each month, we add more fresh designs. Here’s a peek from five sets of church graphics just released and ready to use in your presentations, announcements, and sermons. [Read more…]
We’ve all taken photos of our Bible and a coffee mug—I know I have. But most of the time, I’m left wondering why my photo is missing the wow factor of other images.
A Faithlife Media image:
In this short video brought to you by Faithlife Media, you can learn what a flatlay is, what you need to make a beautiful flatlay, and how to take flatlay photos. Whether you’re shooting on a smartphone or a DSLR, you can start putting these tips to work today. [Read more…]
By Joshua Hunt & Nick Kelly
Slide presentations are a primary communication tool in worship services. Adding a photo to a church presentation is a great way to support the message of a slide—from song lyrics to announcements to sermon points. Photos that purposefully communicate a specific feeling or topic are more effective than pretty pictures of landscapes. Here are some tips for choosing and editing photos so they work effectively with your text. [Read more…]
Since the early 2000s, the music of Shane Barnard and Shane Everett of Shane & Shane has influenced a generation of worshippers. Over 16 albums, they intertwined acoustic guitar melodies with Scripture, providing believers with a unique way to interact with God’s word. [Read more…]