We get asked frequently if we are affiliated with the Episcopal Church.  Though our shield bears similar shape and coloration we have no connection other than our Christian roots.

Each component that makes up our logo has a meaning, below is a breakdown of each portion of the logo.

The Shield

The shield shape was chosen in the symbolization of God’s Divine Protection.

“The LORD is my rock, my fortress, and my savior;

3 my God is my rock, in whom I find protection.

He is my shield, the power that saves me,

and my place of safety.

He is my refuge, my savior,

the one who saves me from violence.

2 Samuel 22:2-3 (NLT)

The Golden Border

The golden border represents the wonderful Kingdom to come with Christ’s return.

The Christian Flag

The Christian Flag is depicted inside the shield at the highest position.  Christ is the head of all we are and do in this ministry.  The flag component also carries the symbolization built within the flag itself.

You can learn more about the symbolization of the Christian Flag by visiting the link below

About The Christian Flag

The Green Joined Hands

The color Green is attributed as a color of growth.  The joined hands symbolize teamwork.

Teamwork as a Christian Family

Teamwork in the growth of Christ’s Church

and Teamwork in all facets of the goals and challenges that lay before us in spreading God’s Love everywhere we can.

The Red Heart

The greatest mission of any Christian is LOVE.

Love for each other, love for what we do, and sharing love everywhere.

34   So now I am giving you a new commandment: Love each other. Just as I have loved you, you should love each other. 35 Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.”
John 13:34-35 (NLT)

The Open Bible

The Open Bible symbolizes God’s Word in the Holy Bible.

It is our reminder that we will not see the kingdom of God on works alone, but that we must have faith and understanding of the wisdom contained in the words of these pages.

 

Sky Blue Background

The Sky Blue background is to remind us that everything under the sky and beyond is God’s grand creation, and we were designed to be stewards of that creation until Jesus returns to bring about the new creation of his Kingdom.