Our Philosophy

Philosophy of Ministry and Our Logo

Our philosophy at New Birth Fellowship Church is to ‘GO’ and reach individuals who have been indoctrinated by the world. Our methods will include outreach ministry, special events, and teaching the word of God in a contemporary format. The world is continuously changing and we will continue to enhance our methods as well, in order to meet the needs of an ever-changing culture. We will not be restricted by tradition and old ways of thinking. We also will not compromise the Word of God by any means. We will put God Front and Center and Exemplify the Love of Christ and it is His Love that Will Win Nations to Him.

The Broken Pieces The logo is made up of “Broken” pieces, like the pieces of a puzzle. Part of our Vision is that “Broken” souls be restored. The Broken pieces represent all of us who have experienced hurt and brokenness in our lives. Like the pieces of a puzzle, we all are different but when we come together the image becomes clear. God said that we are many members but part of the same body. (Romans 12:4-5)

The Three Crosses If you look at the last three letters you will see three crosses. Two of which are on the same plain and one that is a little lower than the others. When Jesus was on the cross at Calvary, there were two thieves that hung beside Him. The crosses represent “Decisions.” One thief chose to believe in Jesus and ended up in paradise, the other chose not to believe and ended up in perdition. The lower cross (in the “B”) represents those who have the opportunity to accept Jesus but decide to reject Him. The cross in the “C” represents those who believe on Jesus and are saved. The cross in the “F” represents the cross in which Jesus hung. (Luke 23:39-43) We, like the broken pieces, come in many different shapes and sizes. We also come from different backgrounds with different family histories, and even different cultures. However, in spite our differences it is the “Cross” that brings us all together.

The Crown The crown has always been a symbol of authority, honor, and King-ship. The ultimate authority of the church is Christ. The crown is to remind us that in everything we do, it should be to the glory and honor of God through Jesus Christ. Jesus said that “if I be lifted up, I will draw all men unto me.” We too are working to receive a crown. Jesus promised that we would receive a crown of life once we have endured. (James 1:12) May we always remember that everything we do should always Honor or King.

The Lower-case “n” The lower-case “n” represents several things. Inside the “n” you will see a nail. The nail is to remind us of the ultimate sacrifice Jesus paid for us on the cross. The nail also reminds us of the blood that was shed for the remission of our sins. The “n” was also typed in a lower-case font to remind us to never forget where we came from. It is a sign of humility. We want to always stay humble. (1Peter 5:6) .