December is here, and to get the new month started right, here are some wallpapers calendars that will dress up your computer, tablet or cell phone. This month’s wallpaper is provided in partnership with Global Missions Media and Church Plant Media.
A few notes: Your desktop or laptop may take any of the sizes, depending on your monitor size and a host of other considerations. You can click here to see what your resolution is. 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. If you aren’t sure, post a comment and we’ll try to help you figure it out.
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Here are a couple more options from years past:
What God Has Done
Created by Eric Novak from Chicago, IL. He says, “The Wexford Carol, Car˙l Loch Garman, is an Irish Christmas carol from the early 12th century. One of the oldest songs in European tradition, it originated in Wexford County and was typically only sung by men. The full song has strong ties to Catholicism, however, it’s message, a reminder of God’s amazing love and divine plan, still rings true.”
Your Word Came Down
This one comes courtesy of Drew Clemens. He says, “I’ve grown up in the church, but it wasn’t until becoming a part of Apex Community in Dayton a decade ago that Jesus taught me what it meant to really be part of His Church. The image that I’ve designed reflects what He has done in me, and it is based on lyrics from a song that I love. Written by my friends, Chad Osborne and Phil Wing, the song isn’t a “Christmas song” in style, but I’ve always felt it illustrated the purpose of Jesus’ birth in a clear and joyful way. I hope it helps others stay focused on Christ and His purposes in this season of holidays.”