and educate Nazarene clergy and laity. Apps for the bobble heads will allow users to hear audio of familiar quotes, sayings, or hymns. Short video interviews will explain each person’s contribution to the Church of the Nazarene. “We’ve developed these apps as a fun way for Nazarene clergy to interact with their history and heritage,” explained Bryon McLaughlin, executive editor for Grace and Peace Magazine. “Part of knowing the Nazarene story lies in knowing the people and the sayings that were helpful in shaping our movement. Putting these likenesses into an app format expands our ability to tell our story in relevant and creative ways to a new generation.” Each bobble head has been painstakingly developed, and their likeness has been authenticated by the Nazarene Archives. The bobble heads will continue to appear in the magazine, website, and e-mail communication of Grace and Peace Magazine. All four bobble heads are also available for retail purchase. More than eight in 10 people in the U.S. now have cell phones, and 35 percent of users have one or more apps on their devices.
You can use it to jot down quick notes, draw silly pictures, or just doodle whatever is on your mind. Its simplicity is aimed more toward kids that just need a tool to learn how to write and draw but can be used as a more powerful app suitable for all ages.
- A convenient color picker with 16 colors
- The ability to clear the canvas and start fresh
- Undo/redo (in case you screwed something up or realized pink isn't really your thing)
- Save your Sketch to your phone's gallery and share it from there with others
It works great on a large or small tablet with a stylus or S Pen.
Guard Your Buddy is a joint effort by the Tennessee National Guard, The Jason Foundation, Inc., and E4 Health.
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Smooth (Windowed Average)