Every year I like to challenge myself to read the Book of Mormon, and something about charts motivates me to stick to my goal. I especially appreciate charts with some level of creativity, so I decided to throw one together. The whole idea is to embar…
Tag Archive: 2015 Theme
Therefore, O ye that embark in the service of God, see that ye serve him with all your heart, might, mind and strength, that ye may stand blameless before God at the last day.
Doctrine and Covenants 4:2
I don’t know about you, but I’m super excited about this theme! It seems like the themes they choose sort of build on each other, going from Stand in Holy Places, to Come Unto Christ, and now Embark in the Service of God. To first focus on building and strengthening yourself, and now putting the emphasis on building and serving others. That’s a huge pattern in this Gospel, and things like Personal Progress testify of the power in this pattern.
NEW! (10/20/14) At popular request I’ve created additional Youth Theme posters keeping with the same styles as before. The first style is now readily available in six color schemes, in one easily downloaded PDF. I also have the 2000 x 2500 JPG files for each poster, if that’s a preferable file type for printing. I will continue to provide custom colored posters upon request.
The second style I have is a variation on one I had available previously. The text has remained more or less the same, but the background is now a simple chevron instead of the wave pattern done previously. There are two different types of this theme available now. Upon hearing the comments of several, I’ve done one where the A in EMBARK is replaced with the sailboat art. Both types are available in four different styles, with differently shaded backdrops, and one without the chevron. Likewise, I will be offering this second style in custom colors upon request, and they are available as both PDF and JPG files.
Many have asked about ordering these posters. I am not selling any of these posters—they are 100% free! My job is only to create the files. If you want a physical poster, you would need to take it to a printing store (OfficeMax, Costco, Staples, Office Depot, Kinkos, etc.) and have them print it for you (or if you have a good home printer and want a stand 8.5 x 11). They are can be printed in good quality up to 20 x 25 inches.
To download the PDF, click on the large image above in the corresponding theme, and for JPG click on the individual thumbnails directly below.
Anyway, on to the fun stuff! Inspired by this theme, I’ve thrown together several posters.
I personally think they’re super cute, especially the last one! I will actually be offering to do the first one in custom colors—just email me at [email protected].