I like watching things. I’m amazed by color. I have Missouri in my DNA: show me.
I took a course aimed at improving my blogging, and the emphasis was on adding pictures. So I would scour Google images until I found the perfect image to accompany my words.
Then I went to another writers conference and the faculty person warned us (scared the pants off us) to not use Google images because they could be pirated. Instead we were to use sites with free images, like pixabay.
I broke up with google immediately.
At that same conference, I learned how to create my own memes.
Hi, I’m Tina and I’m hooked: WordSwag, Canva, and PicCollage are my new best friends.
During the recent Advent season, I created memes that went with each Sunday’s message. Memes that would fit computer/iPad screens, phone screens, and covers for blogs or facebook. It was a way to get the message theme or scripture in front of the people every day.
We’re into a new message series on the Ten Commandments Jesus Style: Finding the Old in the New.
Since the first commandment is to not have any gods but God, I drew on Joshua’s calling the people back to their covenant relationship with God—putting him first. So this was last week’s message meme:
This week we move onto the second commandment: you must not make an idol of any kind.
Here’s the memes I made to go along with this commandment:
Come back Friday and we’ll consider just what “making an idol” means.
2 thoughts on “Message Meme: Exodus 20:4”
Interesting! I remember being surprised by the fact that we can make an idol of the Bible, to the point of worshipping our understanding of scripture instead of worshipping God. Like the religious authorities who rejected Jesus because he was making a point of defying what they thought scripture said.