Tons of Tickets

I can officially get ready for school now. I finished my bulletin board.

For the last three years, I have been using the Bible verse for Lutheran Schools Week. This year, it is Matthew 20:28. I’m glad that it’s a Gospel verse. I like Gospel bulletin boards better than Law ones.

The Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many

I focused on the “gave his life as a ransom for many” part. And I slanted it up and to the right. I read somewhere that a slanted line that goes from low left to high right is supposed to convey a positive feeling to the viewer.

The left half of the bulletin board is blank so I can hang student work during the course of the year.

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3 Responses to Tons of Tickets

  1. Lauren says:

    That is FANTASTIC! I love the JN316 – that is positively inspired. Dang, Brad, you need to post this stuff to the #LuthEd Facebook page.

  2. Elaine Royuk says:

    I do believe you could write a book for teachers. Half the book bulletin board ideas and the other half chapel messages. Something to do in your spare time!! Love this bulletin board!!

  3. Carol says:

    THANK YOU for sharing another of your amazing bulletin boards – ideas and execution are top notch, as usual. What a great message to start off a new school year. And yes, optimists tend to write on an upslant left to right. Nice touch!

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