The 2020 Collaborative Theme is here!!
We’ve processed through the lens of local PWOC members with these 3 important concepts:
- What do you see that indicates how your ladies are struggling to follow Jesus by faith in Jesus?
- What is the recurring struggle of the people and what is the Lord’s repeated solution?
- Which book or Scripture seems to describe this theme of struggling? The passage should generally describe much of your installation’s struggle. What is God saying or doing in those passages to help them with that struggle?
Then, we chose one of those local processes that seems to resonate with many, not all, of our PWOCs and we looked at an overall scripture, to create a vision statement, tagline, and graphic.
Here’s What We Came Up With
The theme scripture, vision, and tagline focus our direction.
I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to the one hope that belongs to your call— one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.
One Truth For One Body
we must decide how that theme will be represented as a graphic design. We are opening this part up to all the members of PWOCs everywhere. We need your help!! The body needs your unique skill and talent now! For the next three weeks, consider this theme and create a visual representation of the Theme Focus, Scripture, and Tagline. Please submit all graphics to the HUB EMAIL by Sunday, May 31 2020.
We will then take a few days for the ladies of PWOC to choose from all the graphics submitted.
Get Your Creative Skills Workin’!
Please submit the graphic in JPG or PNG form. Save your creative files for use with the graphic if others would like to use it. (i.e. Photoshop, Illustrator)
Two Things To Consider
There are many questions that arise when using images, songs, … especially in the realm of ministry and on the internet.
If it is on the web who owns it? Can I use it? Can I make changes to it? Can I copy an idea, thought, picture, song…all important and good questions to consider not just for integrity, but legality?
Here are two resources that might be helpful to understand the basics of using images, music, video…
Have you considered the end user?
Often a local PWOC will use the logo for a variety of purposes. And most of the time a local group will add their name to the logo. Does it’s shape and size easily fit to several venues, i.e. coffee mugs, t-shirts, notebook covers, etc. When choosing typography in design consider selecting one that is free to download so that you can pass it along. This will help groups maintain consistency in the image and provide greater use and flexibility if the PWOC would like to use the font in other documents.
Lastly, when you submit a logo to The Hub at PWOC you are giving this site, and its users the right to use, re-use, publish, re-publish in whole or in part, for editorial, commercial, promotional, and/or trade purposes. You are also waiving any right to inspect or approve any copy that is used in connection with the artwork.
Are You A Thinker and Not A Graphics Person?
Not to worry!! If you’re not a designer and you have some ideas about what programs, Bible studies, songs, retreat ideas, etc. that would go with the Collaborated Theme, you can still help.
Post some of your thoughts back on the HUB FACEBOOK PAGE or send them to the HUB EMAIL. This post will be pinned to the top.
You will inspire those who can take your thoughts and make them come alive on the page.