Visual Learning in the Church

Visual Learning in the Church
Did you know that, according to the Social Science Research Network, nearly 65 percent of people are visual learners? That means what you put on the screen at church matters. People who learn visually need to see what they hear not only to comprehend, but also to retain information. When listening to a sermon, visual learners benefit from pictures, slides and live demonstrations. In worship, they are very aware of the aesthetics and the overall ambiance of the room. In these cases, the visual aspects help people connect with what is being spoken or sung and reinforce the service in a positive way.

With this in mind, we started the Proclaim Freebie of the Month. Each month Proclaim gives away three free pieces of high-quality media to help ministries communicate their message in a visually compelling way. Our monthly freebie often includes beautiful sermon-starter videos, motion backgrounds, announcement slides, and much more.

This month we are including a vibrant Vacation Bible School announcement slide. VBS is arguably the most important week of summer, and is a perfect time to engage not only with kids in your church, but children in the community as well. Build excitement for VBS with professionally designed slides that speak to kids and parents alike!

Download this month’s freebie today!

VBS Announcement Slide


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