A Visual Note of Thanks from the Missiographics Team

Visual Note of Thanks

Dear Infographics Lovers,

As Christmas and the New Year quickly approach, we want to take this time to extend a huge Thank You to all of you. We hope that the information provided through our Missiographics this past year has been a huge blessing to you all.

It is amazing to see how many people have been reached and impacted by the infographics. We pray that you will continue to use our Missiographics to teach, equip, share, reach and pray for others in the name of Jesus. We want to say thanks for all of your positive feedback, engagement and support of this service. It has been a joy creating graphics that will help support your mission decisions. In honor of all the topics we covered this year, please enjoy this Christmas Tree Word Cloud featuring many of the topics covered in 2014. Our team here at GMI has enjoyed bringing each one of these resources to you.

Again, we thank you for partnering with us to bring this information to people who need it, as it is no easy task! While we would love to say that Missiographics are easy and inexpensive to create, that is sadly not the case. The Missiographics service relies on organizational sponsorship, prayer and financial gifts from people like you. This is in addition to all the hard work our missiologists, designers and staff gladly put into it.

We can’t wait to bring you more Missiographics next year, starting on January 20th! If you have any questions about giving, feedback on Missiographics, or anything else please email info@missiographics.com. We love hearing from you!

Merry Christmas and God Bless,

The Missiographics & GMI Team

We highly recommend www.tagxedo.com as a wonderful tool to create free word clouds. Check it out!


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