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Rosas Mitchell and Liz Watt, Murray Place Baptist Church, Stirling, Scotland

The designs for the six posters on display for mission’s month in the church originated at the time of the Make Poverty History campaign and the GB summit at Gleneagles July 2005.

The two phrases used from the passage in Matthew are ‘whenever’ and ‘you did it for me‘. They are taken from the verse ‘whenever you did this for one of the least important of these brothers of mine, you did it for me’ translated in the Good News Bible. Jesus is referring to the hungry, the thirsty, the stranger, the naked, those sick and those in prison. Each image on the posters correlates with these different vulnerable groups. Four of these are portrayed here. They are partly made through tearing brown paper.

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Mission Posters – Matthew 25:31–46

Mission Posters – Matthew 25:31–46