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Using Mission Flyers

Every year, thousands of churches hold some sort of mission event. Missions conferences, special missionary speakers, mission offerings, mission sermon series, or other mission topics are a key component of the Christian message, and a wonderful part of Christian ministry. In these events, churches use mission flyers. Here are some tips on designing a church mission flyer, and some mission flyers that you can use for your next mission event.

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When You Want Free Church Flyers

“Free! Free! Free! Everything is free!” It’s the mantra of a million sites on the Internet—FREE! It’s the hook that catches millions of gullible Internet fish everyday. It’s the way that hucksters make millions through advertising and not-so-free sign-up scams. If it’s free church flyers you want, you do have options—but not without risk. Here’s your definitive guide to free church flyers.

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How Do I Create a Church Flyer?

Creating a church flyer is a common task of any church administrator or church worker. If you’re faced with the task of creating a church flyer, you may be asking the question, “How do I create a church flyer?” Here’s your answer. Spend five minutes reading this short article, and by the end of the article you’ll be able to answer the question, “How do I create a church flyer.”

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Church Flyer Design for the Average Joe

Pastors, church administrators, church secretaries, and church volunteers don’t have to excel at everything. Specifically, not every church secretary should be expected to churn out amazing church flyer designs on command. It’s just unrealistic and unreasonable. That being said, church flyer design is really important, and there is a need for top-notch church flyer design. To come up with a solution, we’d like to introduce you to Church Flyer Design for the Average Joe.  Continue reading “Church Flyer Design for the Average Joe” »