Facebook Nativity Cover Photos

Updated and fresher versions of the below are available here.

Every now and then, people find us after doing search for a combination of words that we wouldn’t normally expect. An example of this has been the flood of people search for Facebook Christmas or Facebook Nativity cover photos. (Cover photos, are what you find on the top of a Facebook profile)

Well… this has ended up inspiring a random session on Photoshop.

Please feel free to download the below, link back here, and use to your hearts content:

Nativity Facebook Cover: The Angels Appear to The Shepherds.

 

Facebook Christmas Cover Image: Jesus was Born

Right clicking, then clicking “Save Image As” should do the trick.

For more images like this, please see my images on www.seedresources.com 

If you do like this, or find it useful, please either tweet me on Twitter (@thechurchsofa ), or let me know in the comments.

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Date: 25.06.01 BC. Location: Nazareth General Hospital

Joseph didn’t believe Mary at first. If it happened now, would Joe have insisted being at the scan? 

Date: 25.06.01 BC
Location: Nazareth General Hospital

It was the same argument.

They’ve had it for weeks.

It’s almost sweet, he’s not suggesting that she’s slept with someone else, he just doesn’t believe she’s pregnant.

It was his idea to have the scan early, he wanted to see how far she would carry this crazy story on. Why doesn’t she just say that if she doesn’t want to marry him?

But as he looked at the scan screen waiting for the answers, waiting to be proved right, Joe swallowed, and turned to his wife to be. Mary looked at his face, and knew Josephs world just blew wide open.

MarysScan
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An Emergency Vicar?

Christmas.

Its a busy time for any one. I imagine its a particularly busy time for any passing vicar / minister / clergy, not helped by the sometimes crazy weather that particularly the more rural parishes have to contend with, its not really a surprise to hear that any members of church staff sometimes struggle to get to where they need to be?

What if they cant make it to the Christmas service? Will Christmas be cancelled?

No! Buy your church this “Inflatable Priest“(Amazon Link) and never worry about your minister being late again!*

Inflatable Vicar Priest - Perfect Christmas gift for Churches

* Obviously this idea will only really apply to churches that cant tell the difference between their vicar, and a big balloon.

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