Printed out sayings and Bible verses have always been important to me and I've shared a number of times how meaningful the little plaque in my office that says, "Only one life will soon be past; only what's done for Christ will last," has been to me.
At long last, I'm finally launching my online shop of printables for you. I will not only give you a great resource of downloadable images that you can print out in a large variety of sizes for ministry and gifts, but the profits from the shop will help support both the Bible805 and Effective Church Communications ministries.
Especially this year, with supply chain and shipping issues, this is a way to make your own gifts for friends, family, and church very inexpensively and easily. All you need to do is purchase the printable images for a few dollars, print them off, and then put them into frames from the Dollar Store. With the purchase of the printable, you have permission to make as many copies as you'd like.
The video below gives you a tour of the site and shows you how and below that how and why I created the Bibleverse Shop.
How and why I (Yvon Prehn) created the Bibleverse Shop of Printables
Most everyone thinks the Bible has good advice that is probably helpful for happy living. Many think it is not only that but contains the message of eternal salvation wrapped up in the story of Jesus.
I think it is all that and more. I love talking about the Bible and Jesus in my podcasts, blogs, and videos—go to www.Bible805.com for links to them. Feedback from people who have found these materials has been positive, yet I wanted to share the value of the Bible and the importance of salvation from Jesus with many more.
As I thought and prayed about how to do this, I thought about a little plaque my grandmother gave me when I was a child (and that sits in my office today) that says, "Only one life will soon be past, only what's done for Christ will last." That little message has been a North Star for my life and inspired me to make positive decisions I believe are pleasing to Jesus. She had another plaque in her home that I got after she went home to Jesus that says, “The future is as bright as the promises of God.” Many times these little reminders changed my outlook from self-absorbed to God's goodness. [Read more...]