Easter Resources

2018 Resources

Our role at Crossover is to support evangelism through Australian Baptist Churches. We have created a new video resource for Easter 2018 to help you communicate the message of Jesus and the gospel this Easter. In this year’s video Karl Faase examines a popular misconception about the purpose of the life and death of Jesus and suggests a more powerful, personal application.

This video is ideal for use in services or events over Easter, posted on your social media platforms, on your church website, and made available to church family to share it with their friends.

View, share and download “What we get wrong about Easter”

To share this video online we recommend you share from vimeo, by clicking the share icon (arrow) on the video above, rather than sharing this page which is designed to inform you about the video’s purpose.

If you church has participated in the national Jesus the Game Changer campaign, then this short video should tie in well with your teaching in the lead up to Easter. For those churches who have not participated in the national campaign, the Outreach Video should be separate enough to be used as a stand alone video and sermon.

Sermon Guide to accompany this video 

Click here for 2 Steps to prepare for using the Easter Outreach Video

Click here if you are looking for 2018 Easter Offering Video & resources 

Easter Postcard Resources

Your church will no doubt be planning special events to celebrate Easter. These postcard resources are aimed at helping you invite people to explore further Easter’s true meaning.

Below are some options designed for mass distribution through your community, or for use in special Easter outreach events, or more effectively for individuals to use as a part of a personal invitation. Each design is available for free download below. You can add your church details and print them out yourself, or take them to a printing service for edit and print.

Obviously material of this nature will not contain every element and nuance of the Christian faith. What we’ve put together has the aim of being a hook or an invitation to explore further. Many of Jesus’ stories in the public marketplace were like that. They keyed in to local understanding (or misunderstanding!) and sowed seeds of inquisitiveness that enticed people to find out more. We think the best place for people to do that “searching” and “finding out more” is a community of faith like yours, so we’ve designed these resources with the hope that they might point people in the direction of your church – especially at Easter time.

This version of the PDF has a custom text box for you to update your details.


This version of the postcard can be downloaded and edited in Adobe Illustrator to add your details or change elements.

 

Easter Resources On File

These cards can be edited for your needs. The files are provided in print ready PDF version with an editable box for you to personalise with your own church details. You can also use Adobe Illustrator to personalise the designs further, or take the design to a local printing house for edits and printing if you prefer.

2017 Design #1: The Best Second Chance

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Design #2: Reset

 

 

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Below are more Easter postcard and card designs we have on file. Scroll down to view each design and find a copy of each in .pdf listed at the bottom. You can download these for free and edit with with your church details or take to a printing service.

John 3:16

This card displays one of the great verses used commonly to explain the nature of the Gospel (Message Version), with a not so obvious depiction of Christ on the Cross.

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It Is Finished

This card seeks to contrast many of the most famous saying of history with the significance of the words of Jesus on the Cross.

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 The best friend request you’ll ever get

One Solitary Life Postcard

Is chocolate all you’re getting this Easter?