Favorite Desktop Wallpapers

Once every month, beginning in February, I have been gathering desktop wallpapers and making them freely available to the readers of this site. Let me once again express my gratitude to the graphic designers who have been graciously providing them.

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Along the way I’ve accumulated a few favorite designs. And here they are–at least, here are ones that are not connected to a particular month. Each of these wallpapers is free for you to download so you can dress up your computer, iPad, cell phone, etc.

He Is Wonderful

Created by Ariseli Modica from Lynnwood, WA.

He Is Wonderful

Full of His Glory

Created by Jessica Hardesty from Morgantown, WV.

He Is Wonderful

Those Whose Hearts

Created by Eric Novak from Chicago, IL. The story of the prophet Hanani in 2 Chronicles is very short- basically he speaks God’s message, is thrown in prision and we don’t hear about him again until 1 Kings when his son is mentioned. However, Hanani’s words are a strong encouragment to the modern-day Christian.

He Is Wonderful

In Glorious Day

Created by Eric Novak from Chicago, IL.

In Glorious Day

Risen Indeed

Created by Jeff Nine, Denver, CO. Alleluia! Christ is Risen! He is risen indeed! Alleluia! (Note: this version does not have the calendar as show in the thumbnail below).

Risen Indeed

The Simple Story of the Cross

Created by Zack Kirby, Raleigh, NC. “Weak, feeble and foolish as it may seem to people, the simple story of the Cross is enough for all mankind in every part of the globe.” – J.C. Ryle

The Simple Story of the Cross

New Every Morning

Created by Zack Kirby, Raleigh, NC.

Never Every Morning

See the Love

Created by Daniel Spencer.

See the Love

He First Loved

Created by Aaron Wilson.

See the Love

A few notes: 320 x 480 is for your iPhone; 1024 x 1024 is for your iPad; your desktop or laptop may take any of the other sizes depending on your monitor size and a host of other considerations. If you’re not sure of the size, just find one that looks like it would be pretty much the same size as your screen. Generally you set one of these are your wallpaper by clicking on the link to the image, then right-clicking on the image (once it’s open) and selecting “Set as Background,” “Set as Desktop Background,” or something similar.