It’s no fun to visit a church and get the cold shoulder — or to have trouble finding your way around. That’s why True Life in Round Rock, TX, wanted to make sure guests knew exactly where to go for information. They enlisted me to design this six-foot retractible banner to draw more attention to their welcome booth. I think it’ll do the trick.
This past Wednesday was Veterans Day. I am privileged to know a courageous World War II veteran named Walter Fleming. He operated a Higgins boat (LCVP) rescuing wounded from Iwo Jima’s Red Beach 1. He is a true hero and I love listening to his stories. His uniform is on display at the Iwo Jima Museum in Harlingen, TX.
After his time in the service, he helped found World Indigenous Missions and worked for many years as a missionary planting churches in Mexico. It’s harder for him to travel now, but he and his wife Cathy have found a new outlet for ministry: book publishing. Walter and Cathy amaze me with their dedication and efficiency. This summer they helped a pastor in Africa publish a book. I had the honor of designing the cover shown above.
World Indigenous Missions wanted a personal way to reach out to potential candidates for their missions discovery event called Explore Weekend. Recruiters can simply add a handwritten note and a lovely stamp and drop in the mail. The format is also great for sharing at conferences and churches.