4th of July church graphics by MinistryVoice aims to equip churches with graphic materials that help boost sermons and other ministry work during the celebration of the independence day in the United States of America.
In a world where the digital age is blossoming more and more, churches all over the world have to adapt to become more relevant even in this new age. And because of the pandemic wherein lockdowns are being imposed everywhere on earth, churches have migrated their services to the digital world.
With this, we have created graphics and digital materials to help churches boost their presence in the online world. And these graphics are specially made for the celebration of independence day on the 4th of July.
You can use this 4th of July church graphics in your church’s live streams, youtube videos, social media postings, and other digital content.
But before that, you might want to check this article to give you some preaching ideas for your fourth of July sermons. Fourth of July Sermons: Ideas and Topics
4th of July Church social media graphics
1.Happy 4th July Independence Day
This image highlights the words “Independence Day” with six outlined stars on its side. It also has a minimalist color that only uses white, red, and dark blue as its background.
2. God Bless America – Independence Day
This image highlights the words “God Bless America” that portrays the nation’s reverence to God. It also features in the background the American flag, statue of liberty, and fireworks –– which is a common tool for celebration during this holiday.
3. God Bless America – Independence Day 2
Just like the previous graphics, this one also highlights the words “God bless America” as the primary slogan for Independence day, It also has the American flag as the main feature in the background.
4. Fourth of July: Free Indeed
This is the same photo as the previous one but the caption emphasizes more on freedom. The letters are in bold and in red and white color. This complements the red and white colors of the American flag in the picture.
5. Independence Day – Since 1776
This is another variation of the previous photos but this one emphasizes an eagle surrounded by three stars. This graphic also uses a yellow-colored text and features the year 1776 to portray the year America gained independence.
6. Independence Day 2 – Since 1776
Instead of a yellow text in the previous picture, this red variation complements the white bald eagle image creating a stronger and bolder effect.
7. Celebrate Freedom – 4th of July
This graphic features the bald eagle, a symbolic emblem in the United States of America. This one encourages the Americans to celebrate the independence that they gained by highlighting the words “Celebrate Freedom”.
8. Celebrate Freedom 2 – Independence Day
This graphic carries a message to every American citizen to celebrate freedom on the independence day celebration. It uses the color red to highlight the words “Celebrate” and “Independence Day”. This graphic also features the bald-eagle emblem on the upper side of the image.
9. Celebrating Independence Day – God Bless America
This graphic features the American flag flapping in the air with the sun in the background. The filter applied to this image and the bold all-white text creates a nostalgic effect that boosts the feeling of commemoration and celebration.
10. One Nation Under God
Just like the previous image, this graphic also features a full-size American flag with the sun on its background. The texts portray that all States in America are united and standing as one nation under God.
11. One Nation Under God 2
This is another variation to the previous picture with a black transparent mask applied on top of it. This adds more emphasis to the text “One Nation Under God”. The yellow text complements the yellow rays of the sun in the picture.
12. Fourth of July – Independence Day
This graphic is minimalistic in nature. It has a simple text and simple color combination that is straightforward to what this graphic is trying to portray. And just like the previous image, this graphic also has a full-size American flag on the background.
Sermon Graphics for fourth of July
As you spread the Word of God and continue your ministry during the 4th of July independence day celebration, we have also created graphic materials that you can use in your sermons. These graphics are great to portray God’s greatness and goodness to the nation of America and will help boost your sermons during this holiday.
1.One Nation Under God
“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance.” (Psalm 33:12)
God delights in a nation that honors God and chooses Him to be their Lord. This verse reminds us that on this Independence day we should be united in remembering that we are one nation under God.
“Live as people who are free, not using your freedom as a cover-up for evil, but living as servants of God.” (1 Peter 2:16)
The text reminds us that our freedom as a nation should lead us under God’s lordship. That although we have been given freedom, we should use this freedom to be free of sin and evil.
2. In God We Trust
“I will say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” (Psalm 91:2)
“who delivered us from so great a death, and does deliver us; in whom we trust that He will still deliver us” (2 Corinthians 1:10)
“In God we trust” is the official motto of the United States. And although we do not see those words verbatim in the Bible, they can be referenced to these verses in Psalms and 2 Corinthians.