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Easter Yard Signs Display the Message of the Christian Resurrection.

Easter Yard Signs
Display Our Christian Faith
Easter Yard Signs

Signs and Celebration of The Easter Season

Easter may come as early as on a Sunday between March 22 and and as
late as April 25.

 The white Easter lily has come to capture the glory of the holiday.
 The word "Easter" is named after Eastre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring. A festival was held in her honor every year at the vernal equinox.

People celebrate Easter according to their beliefs and their religious denominations. Christians commemorate Good Friday as the day that Jesus Christ died and Easter Sunday as the day that He was resurrected. Protestant settlers brought the custom of a sunrise service, a
religious gathering at dawn, to the United States.

Thursday night, in preparation for Good Friday and Easter services, a custodian put up: “What happened early Easter morning?” a reference to the mystery and drama of Jesus’s resurrection.

For a nation increasingly fleeing traditional religious practice and belief, Easter isn’t a day to push the envelope. It’s a time when pastors who enjoy putting a clever or edgy sentence on their church signs proceed with caution.

Seven Locks Baptist Church in Rockville went from “iPad, iPod, iPray” earlier in March to “Because he lives I can face tomorrow.” Emmanuel Baptist Church in Manassas replaces its sayings with service times. Even Madison Avenue Baptist, a Midtown Manhattan congregation with a professional comedian for a pastor, a Good Friday service staged as a country music revue and a sign popular with tourists for its irreverent, secular vibe, goes traditional on Easter.

“Christmas and Easter are two of the rare occasions when I’m overtly religious. I mean, these [holiday] stories are the foundation of the church,” said Brian Crowson, the New York City church’s parish administrator and sign-picker.

In past Easters, Christians  have chosen: “He has risen,” and “He is born.” On Friday,
he opened the sign box and removed a seasonal, if not spiritual, message attributed to
Albert Einstein: “The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.” In its place he put: “Easter says: You can put truth in a grave but it won’t stay there.”

If advertising is more traditional around Easter, it’s also regarded as more crucial by
pastors whose pews are emptying and who hope to give the unchurched a transcendent experience.

Easter yard signs can be staked in your yard to show neighbors and family members that
you take the Easter celebration commemorating Jesus Christ's resurrection for the
forgiveness of sin very seriously in your Christian Faith practices. Easter and the meaning this day stands for is the central theme revolving around Christianity and is the most celebrated holiday among Christians throughout the world.

Starting with Lent, Pastors will begin to teach the Easter related scripture. Starting with Palm Sunday, the week before Easter, Church leaders will profess the crucifixion that happens on Good Friday leading to the the Easter Sunday resurrection, and using Easter yard signs to convey scripture and messages of faith will help support church teachings and the faithful Good News message of hope that Easter brings to all the world.

Easter Yard Signs Send Your Church’s Message

Easter yard signs keep the focus on Christ during the Easter season. Easter is a time when many non-churched people consider visiting, so welcome them with Easter yard signs listing your service times. If you’re having a Sunrise service or even a church-wide Easter egg hunt, use
Easter yard signs to inform both your current members and potential visitors.
 Easter yard signs can be stored away and reused year after year, so they’re really a one-time expense. Use our customizable Easter templates to create personalized Easter yard signs that resonate with the viewing public. Easter is a time to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, so tell the good news with Christian yard signs.
Christian Yard Signs: Full-Color, Personalized Evangelism

Christian yard signs can be displayed in front of your church or even in the yards of your members’ homes. Christian yard signs are a great way to stand up for your beliefs in a bold, visible way. Distributing Christian yard signs to your congregation builds church unity and also holds members accountable. At Signazon.com, we don’t limit or restrict your sizes, so you can order Christian yard signs that fit right in-line with your budget. Plus, we offer quantity discounts and easy reordering, so as your congregation grows, you can continue to order Christian yard signs for a great low price. Church is more than just one building, so spread the word of God far and wide with Christian yard signs.

Church yard signs keep your congregation informed and welcome new members.

Our simple Signs Of Easter yard sign Crosses allow Christians a visual outlet to proclaim their faith this Easter. Stake your ground and declare publicly in whom you and
your house places their trust in this Easter.

Our goal is to have the Cross displayed in yards and neighborhoods across the Nation this Easter. We ask you to join with us in this cause and help the Cross take precedence over the secular symbols of Easter.                                                                                                                                                                    

Easter Morning - Signs of the Resurrection

It was like a violent storm had gone through leaving destruction in its wake.
But early this Sunday morning all is quiet — the lull after the storm — or so it seems to Mary. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Let me tell you the story.

First, there is Jesus, the leader and prophet from Galilee. When his popularity was at its apex in Jerusalem just the week before, many had considered him the Messiah. But on Friday, his enemies had succeeded executing him by crucifixion.

There are soldiers guarding his tomb. Why? His enemies had heard a report that Jesus was supposed to "rise again" on the third day. Preposterous, his enemies said, but they could take no chances. If there were a guard — especially a Roman guard — his disciples wouldn't dare steal the body and claim he'd been raised. Keep a lid on any stories that might re-enflame the populace — that was the plan.

In the moist, bone-chilling darkness, the soldiers huddle around a sputtering fire that flickers ghostly images amidst the shadows of tombs. They're not afraid, mind you, just ill at ease, anxious for the dawn that will soon brighten the horizon.

Jesus' disciples figure in the story, too, but they are afraid — terrified that they too will be arrested because of their close association with Jesus. They're in hiding within the city. "No worries from them now," their enemies smirk.

Crowds of pilgrims that had swelled Jerusalem to the bursting point over the Passover weekend have gone home now, back to their villages, bearing a disquieting story of how the Galilean healer had been killed. They are still angry, of course, but the danger of riot over the Nazarene's trial and execution is past.

That's how things stood just before dawn. Sad, tragic. So much hope, so much promise. But now it had come to nothing. A movement so full exuberance had been crushed — its famous leader cut down, its lieutenants in hiding, its followers scattered.

But after the storm, life must go on. And now we meet Mary Magdalene. She has been one of the Nazarene's most devoted followers. She and some of the women have risen very early to honor the teacher's body and are headed for the garden tomb just outside the city walls. Within the sepulcher he lies, cold and lifeless on a rock slab. Mary Magdalene had been there Friday night. Her own hands had helped wash and prepare the body.

The women turn from the lane into the cemetery garden, walking numbly, one foot in front of the other. Suddenly Mary looks up and shouts: "The stone has been moved!"

She runs into the garden, past remnants of a smoky fire, soldiers' equipment in disarray, abandoned in haste. She sprints to the now-open tomb. The ribbon and Roman seal that have guaranteed its security hang limply in the morning air.

"Where is he?" she shrieks, and ducks inside.

The darkness of the tomb and the concrete-like odor of fresh-cut limestone at the back of her mouth overwhelm her for a moment. As her eyes adjust, there on a shelf chiseled from the wall of the cave, she can make out grave clothes, neatly folded. But where is Jesus? Grave-robbers!

Out in a flash, she begins to run back into the city.

"I'll tell Peter and John," she calls as she speeds on. In a few moments, the disciple-women will see an angel who tells them, "He is risen!" But by now, Mary is back in Jerusalem. She pauses for a moment at the head of the street where the disciples are staying. Hands on her legs, heaving, trying to catch her breath. Now she pounds on the door.

"Peter, Peter!"

After a long pause, the disciple who, until recently, everyone acknowledged as the leader,  opens the door a crack, looks up the street, then down it. Finally, he motions Mary inside and quickly shuts the door.

"Somebody has taken his body out of the tomb! We can't find him!"                                                                                                                                                  

Cheap Plastic Yard Signs - Send a Christian or Political Message

Displaying a plastic Easter yard sign will send a strong message to the community, that Jesus is Lord.
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