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“I am so pleased with the wonderful work you have done on the Mini-Pulpit. I’m sure our Pastor will love it. Thank you so for much for your patience, kindness and assistance. You both have been a blessing. May our heavenly Father continue
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It is our honor and privilege to help you bless someone special with their own personalized plaque!
It really does come down to those “5 W's” we all learned:
Who, what, when, where, why.

The most important factors to consider are these:

1.To whom the award plaque is for.
2.What special event or occasion is being honored.
3.Why the recognition plaque is being given.
4.When the plaque is to be presented.
5.Who the appreciation plaque is from.
6.Any special wording you would like to add.

That's it!

Often, only 3 or 4 of these “reasons” are used, and the design of the plaque would be the same, as if all 6, or more reasons, are used.

An example of a Pastor Appreciation Plaque is this:
“With love and appreciation to our beloved Pastor
John W. Smith
For your years of dedication, devotion, and sacrifice.
To God, and to us.
We love you.
Mount Olivet Community Church
November 3, 2010”

Sometimes, you will want to present a plaque where a special poem, or a large group of Scripture is included (For example, the “Why, Pastor, Why” poem). This means that there won't be room for a lot of “special wording.” In this case, there may be room for only 3 lines to add. That's fine, and the same love and appreciation will still be conveyed. In this case, an example would be:
“Presented to _____
Community Blessing Church
November 3, 2010.”

Or, often, we suggest, instead of a date, a line such as this:
“Blessings to you, your family, and your ministry.”  

The wonderful thing is that you can add pictures, or a logo, to go along with your words.
See the link below to help with sending us your own picture or logo.

And, adding a verse of Scripture is always a great idea.
For example, on an ordination plaque:
“Presented to Brother John W. Smith.
In honor of your personal decision to preach the message of our personal Savior.
“I am ready to preach the gospel to you.”
Romans 1:15
OR
“I must preach the kingdom of God to other cities also: for therefore am I sent.”
Luke 4:43

How much text, how many words, should I put on my plaque?
For proper spacing and overall appearance, it is always best to engrave a reasonable amount of text.
A general rule is that fewer words give more weight to the words used, making the words, and their meaning stand out. Your text should not appear to be crowded, in order to make the overall appearance of your appreciation plaque more elegant, and certainly more “readable.” Always remember that when others read your special plaque, after it is displayed at that “special place,” they will usually have only a few moments to read the entire plaque, and you want them to be able to read it all!
Just think about the times you are visiting someone, and you see a plaque on the wall, desk, or shelf. You normally will notice the “5 W's” we’ve all learned:

1.Whom the award plaque is given.
2.What special event or occasion is being honored.
3.Why the recognition plaque is being given.
4.When the plaque was presented.
5.Who the appreciation plaque is from.

They will also, always notice any special Scripture verse you’ve placed on the plaque, and they will ponder the verse, especially in light of the “5 W's”!
What they read will stay with them … the fewer words, the more they will remember.



Note that we also have a link to pages where Bible Scriptures are listed by words that you are specifically looking for, such as “Preach,” “Ministry,” “Faithful,” etc. We have painstaking “searched the Scriptures” for specific verses to match what you may be looking for.   
Many of these verses are perfect for dedication and memorial plaques, as well.


The possibilities to bless are limitless. The most important things to remember in planning your personalized plaque is that you are recognizing someone, or a group, for their dedication, work, love, devotion, accomplishment, etc. The reason you are giving the plaque is because you love and appreciate them, and their work, accomplishments, etc. Just mention these things, and your award/recognition plaque will be cherished for a lifetime!

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