The modal auxiliary verbs of English Language convey special meanings that form an important aspect of human communication. They are: may, must, will, shall, need, dare, might, could, would, should and ought to and are verb inflections that show how an action is conceived by the speaker; this is known as modality in Language.F.R. Palmers (1986) model of categorization and description of modality was adopted for analysis in the book due to its explicit manner of presentation. The exploratory analysis of modality on Christian stickers and posters provides new insights on how modal verbs occur and the range of meanings that can be realized from the modal system. In addition, the book proves to be useful to foreign language learners of English as it guides on ways to set about achieving meaning. Coupled with the multiplicity of easy to understand everyday relatable examples used from stickers and posters, learners are exposed to the full array of meanings that modal auxiliary verbs have, by so doing, learners’ competences are further developed. The book is a repository of resources that learners of English language can utilize to achieve accurate and effective communication.