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    Free Stock Photos and Banners for Church Websites [RESOURCE]

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    MonMay72012 ByBryan YoungTaggedChurch Design

    We understand that church website administrators are usually understaffed and overworked. We've been there. That's why we're always on the lookout for tools and resources to make your job -- maintaining a great-looking, useful church website -- easier and more enjoyable.

    Recently, I ran into the website, CreationSwap. This great resources offers churches free and stock graphics and photos for download and use on websites, bulletins, brochures, and other promotional materials. They also offer Christian artists a place to network, discuss, critique, and freely share or sell their art.

    If you lack the design expertise, or access to a graphic designer, check out CreationSwap for website banners and photos. Below are some of our favorite free images.





    Do you have favorite images from CreativeSwap? Have you used their photos or banners in the past? Share your experiences in the comments.

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