The purpose of this Corporate Identity Standards guide is to describe the ways Missionary Church uses its corporate logo and colors. In order to establish a strong identity, these guidelines must be followed consistently and correctly in any form of communication in which the logo appears, including printed material, signage, clothing, web pages and promotional items.
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Three elements combine to form the denominational logo:
The globe symbolizes the importance of missions for the Missionary Church. The globe represents the people, countries and nations of the world who need Christ.
The missionary task is summarized in the words of Jesus where he said, "But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and in Samaria and to the ends of the earth" (Acts. 1:8)
It is the goal of the Missionary Church to go unto the ends of the earth to reach the lost with the Gospel. Worldwide evangelism, discipleship and multiplication of growing churches is our strategy. As holy people in the world, we seek to meet the social, moral and political needs of this globe with the resources Christ gives us.
The globe in design is incomplete as the world can never be whole in the spiritual sense until the power of sin is broken and Christ returns to reign over the earth.
The church window represents the vision of the Missionary Church. While the steeple might represent our loyalty in seeking God, it is the window that represents our desire to see and respond to the needs of the world.
Our vision begins with the planting of growing churches to reach the lost in our local communities. Our vision continues as each congregation develops an awareness of the spiritual and physical needs of the world. Support is provided through prayer, financial gifts and the calling of men and women to full-time ministry at home and abroad.
Windows of local churches look out on communities with different needs. There are rural, urban, social, economic, family, vocational and endless other needs. Each church is called to see the needs of the world around it and respond with compassion and appropriate ministry.
This window design is not filled with stained glass, but is transparent illustrating our refusal to ignore the needs of the world.
The flame represents the ministry of the Holy Spirit in the world and through the church. It is by the Spirit's power that we become holy people of God ready to serve Him in this world.
The realm of ministry for the Spirit is the earth. The Spirit convicts the world of sin and judgment and brings new birth to those who repent and believe. It sanctifies the church, fills its members with power, and guides in ministry both to the church and the world.
The Spirit is dynamic, constantly moving around the globe, leading men and women to the Savior. While strategies vary from one culture to another, the Spirit seeks to glorify God and bring growth to the church.
The spirit equips the church by granting gifts to individuals for the building up of the Body of Christ. The Spirit has inspired the Scriptures and guides in its interpretation and application. The Spirit awakens our vision of righteousness and comforts those who face distress.
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