^ It has been an honor to design for JoyCorps for a while now. Their annual impact report, financial report, and summit materials were fun designs to create - and I am just in love with their color scheme!
^ We dearly love designing for church initiatives specifically, but a year-in-review recap design complete with web animation was one of our favorite projects to date!
^ In the spring of 2019, First Christian Church in Council Bluffs dared to dream the unimaginable - a one-fund initiative designed to grow their weekend worship space, connect more intentionally with guests, and invest in the next generation. Over the next two years, the sky is the limit!
^ Waypoint Church in St. Charles, MO took on a charge to extend their reach even further in their BeyondUs initiative. This colorful, imagery-rich design package of invitations, vision page, commitment card, and 70+ page booklet helped pave the way for their leadership's challenge to be communicated effectively.
^ When a good friend and president of UCM in Queretaro, Mexico mentioned the need for a new program booklet for the college, I jumped at the chance. They have great imagery and vibrant colors to work with!
^ With a rich 90-year history, Grace Central Coast in San Louis Obispo wanted to capitalize on what's NEXT for their ministry. This bright design package of logo and branding, multiple invitations, vision page, commitment card, save the date card, and 70+ page booklet helped communicate clearly just how everyone at Grace could join together to make their NEXT milestones possible.
^ "Lead the Way: Leadership Lessons from Nehemiah" is the title of a sermon series from First Free Church in Manchester, MO. Along with the series design itself, they produced a unique study journal to accompany their series.
^ Unfinished is the theme of the God-inspired vision at Ten Mile Church in Idaho. Over the next two years, they plan to expand their ministry to reach those in their community and around the world for Christ. This design package included a vision page, invitations, commitment card, save the date, and a 56-page booklet.
^ As a realtor in the greater St. Louis area, Sal Alu was rethinking his overall brand. He needed a new logo for his business, along with new business cards and presentation folders. Not wanting to stray too far from his previous colors of red and blue, he now has an updated brand to fit his style and meet his needs.
^ Heartland Church needed some new church-branded materials to welcome those new to the church and to their children's ministry. A two-sided info sheet and two-sided postcard worked well to fill that void.
^ College Heights Christian Church in Joplin, MO wanted to celebrate fifty years of ministry and create a spark to kickstart the next fifty. This 60+ page booklet full of color and encouragement was just what they needed.
^ Reynoldsburg UMC in Ohio wanted to challenge everyone after their "All In" initiative (see below) with a charge to go deeper in relationship with Jesus, in engagement with their mission as a church, and also in generosity over the next two years.
^ JoyCorps, a non-profit dedicated to equipping entrepreneurs to succeed and empowering them to transform their communities, needed a handheld design that would both celebrate their successes and cast vision for their future. This trifold brochure and commitment card combo was the perfect solution.
^ The Quarterly by First Free Church in Manchester, MO, was recently redesigned to help the church communicate with its people more clearly and effectively through a combination of imagery and clean, brand-specific design. This 36-page booklet is updated once a quarter to both celebrate successes and cast vision for the church in the months to come.
^ KP Communications recently partnered with Ministry Renewal to produce custom graphics for their Year-End Giving Road Map launch. Complete with logo and brand creation, email headers, social media imagery, and slide graphics, the result was a bright and engaging design they could share with pastors who are interested in encouraging generosity through the last few months of the year. [learn more]
^ Heartland Church and New Church (both with previous examples below) wanted to provide quarterly updates for their current generosity initiatives. They both chose brand-specific self-mailer designs that included variable data printing to show personalized giving information within the update brochures.
^ A pastor in North Carolina wanted to challenge his people to be a part of building something that has eternal value, and leaving a legacy of hope for generations to come. And so, Imagine was created. Bold colors and a bold look helped to further instill the core values of the church, and also propel it forward to the vision God has for the people of North Carolina and around the world.
^ Heartland Church had a God-sized vision this spring with their "Deep and Wide" initiative to grow in generosity in order to deepen their impact and widen their reach for the Lord. This woodsy design to match their geography in Wisconsin included a trifold vision page, commitment card, and 48-page main print piece.
^ It was a pleasure this spring to work with The Crossing, a multi-campus church with locations throughout Illinois and Missouri. Their radical initiative theme "Wreck the Roof" required a stunning high-contrast design to communicate their God-sized goals of investing in future leaders, refresh current facilities, and launching as many as seven new campuses over the next two years.
^ The launch of the GO initiative marked the start of an exciting time of growth at Peninsula Baptist Church in North Carolina. Their pastor wanted to challenge everyone to take the next step in generosity to help the church GO where God is leading. The initiative design package included banners, commitment card, vision page, generosity toolbox, and a 24-page main print piece.
^ First St. Charles UMC in Missouri has sparked A New Fire this spring. Their new initiative is meant to help everyone in the church grow into more mature, passionate disciples who are burning with the desire to reach the next generation of persons for Jesus Christ. High contrast colors and appropriately themed imagery and graphics brought this initiative to life to help encourage the people on this new journey.
^ St. Johns Lutheran Church in Milwaukee was seeking to make a greater impact in ministry this spring. With the launch of their Impact initiative, they aim to share faith and make disciples in the community, engage the community with the ministry of the church, and expand ministry opportunities through both their church and school. Designs included banners and posters, bulletin inserts, commitment card, letterhead and tent-fold cards, reflection guide, vision page, and 16-page main print piece.
^ The lead pastor and people at Eastside Christian Church prepared to "jump in and make waves" in a Cannonball initiative to make a difference in their church, community and world. Celebrating their history and looking ahead to the future, those at Eastside have been challenged to be all in for the next two years. Complete with bold water-based imagery and a full explanation of the initiative's goals, this design encourages 100% participation throughout the church.
^ Winston-Salem, North Carolina has seen the start of a church just seven years ago grow to the point of needing to build a worship center and reach out more into their community and around the world. They knew it would take everyone's help and that it needed to be a personal journey they would all take together, and that's how #MYNC came to be. Using the church brand and colors, we created this striking collateral to help communicate and inspire and encourage the people of New Church.
^ Springfield First UMC wanted to communicate that God is still at work writing the story of their church, as well as the stories of the individual lives of the people they're reaching. Vintage typewriter imagery and a coordinating font treatment helped bring these designs to life for them.
^ Based on Ephesians 3:20, the leadership of Revolution Church wanted to challenge people to dream big and act boldly through their new Imagine 3:20 initiative in order to make an impact in their church, their community, and beyond.
^ Canaan Baptist Church launched a campaign to renovate their building, better reach their community, and building out brand new children's ministry areas for the next generation. They called their initiative "Elevate" in an effort to elevate generosity, to elevate their facilities, and to elevate their impact on the community.
^ A client-friend of mine is a (quite amazing) wedding photographer, and she provides the utmost level of service to her brides. She needed something to provide them at the outset of their engagement together, and the result was one of my favorite projects to date.
^ Cornerstone United Methodist Church is challenging their people to grow in generosity in order to reach more of their community, provide resources for the next generation, and leave a legacy of faith. To do this effectively, they needed high quality graphic design to creatively and clearly communicate their vision and encourage their people through a unique initiative logo, vision page, various invitations, commitment cards, and main booklets.
^ Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church had an exciting vision - an initiative that would encourage unity, include everyone, and move the church body together toward the future. They called it "All In" to bring everyone on board. This initiative lent itself naturally to some beautiful photography and design throughout each of their pieces. It's one of my favorites to date!
^ Various clients have requested e-book designs to provide an opt-in for email subscriptions or to educate their followers on a particular topic. These e-books are typically 20-30 pages in length and provide interactivity through hyperlinking to other documents, websites, social media, and video.
^ A design-builder in Indianapolis needed a variety of brochures and series of e-books. Using and expanding upon their current brand, while using photography of their designs and buildings, we created visually appealing materials for them to share with various clients they work with.
^ Churches and organizations across the country have requested logos for various campaigns and initiatives. With their vision and direction in mind, each of these designs helped kickstart an exciting time of growth for each of the groups represented.
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